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Vr template: add left thumbstick locomotion?

Hey, I want to use the VR template but only teleport with the right motion controller, and use the left to move like a gamepad. How can I do so? Ideally I'd add teleportation to a character actor instead of adding movement to the existing motion controller pawn, because I wanted to be able to jump and have the default character acceleration and physics in general, and I can't do this with a pawn as far as I know, but I also failed to transpose the VR motion controller pawn's interactions to a character blueprint. little help?

Product Version: UE 4.22
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asked Apr 30 '19 at 05:05 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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YouTube unreal VR thumbstick locomotion and use some variation of that?

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answered May 16 '19 at 03:35 AM

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