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How to use threading?


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That is my code, I'm using example setup for clicking emulation

void MyDevice::startEmulation() {

	joystickX = 0;
	joystickY = 0;
	trackpadX = 0;
	trackpadY = 0;


	std::thread thread_object([](void* device) {
		MyDevice* myDevice = (MyDevice*)device;
		for (;;) {
			myDevice->joystickX = 0.95;
			myDevice->joystickY = 0.95;
			std::this_thread::sleep_for(std::chrono::seconds(1));
			myDevice->joystickX = 0;
			myDevice->joystickY = 0;
			std::this_thread::sleep_for(std::chrono::seconds(1));
		}

		; }, this
	);
}

That's where is it calling

EVRInitError MyDeviceProvider::Init(IVRDriverContext* pDriverContext)
{
    EVRInitError initError = InitServerDriverContext(pDriverContext);
    if (initError != EVRInitError::VRInitError_None)
    {
        return initError;
    }

    VRDriverLog()->Log("Initializing Finally Functional's VR Shoes");

    controllerDriver = new MyDevice();
    controllerDriver->startEmulation();

    VRServerDriverHost()->TrackedDeviceAdded("teensyDriver", TrackedDeviceClass_Controller, controllerDriver);

    return vr::VRInitError_None;
}

Is it good idea to use threading in openVR applications? @chengnay

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