The Pi 3 or 4 should work for lower end games, there are also a lot of other single board computers computers out there that are a lot like the Pi. (That may or may not run games better.) It is very much possible to do games on it with a PC connection though.
That should be possible
Which program are you running? Is the mpu6050 program installed on your pi?
Have you read the Wingfeather Saga? This is one of the instruments that one of the main characters uses. My sister and I have been looking for how to make one but couldn't find it anywhere.Thank you!
Have you considered adding Bluetooth to it?
Yes, it is a standalone vr headset. But to play games like that I would recommend using a faster processing unit. The raspberry pi zero wouldn't be able to run beatsaber from my perspective. It may be able to run art type programs, that is if a controller is connected to it. So if you are wanting to run high end games, I would recommend getting a designated virtual reality headset such as an oculus rift or htc vive.
It takes the data from the mpu6050 in the program I have too, so why would you need a separate one?
You could try adjusting the Google cardboard viewer, mine didn't work the first few tries either. Hope you get it working!
Where is that error coming from?
(Sorry, just saw your comment) Cool! Could you possibly post some pictures of it? I was wanting to try the same thing.
I am not quite sure how I would do that, it is a good idea though.
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Would it be okay if I used the code for this as a step tracker in a smart watch instructable I am making? I would give the original link and credit to you.
Great idea! Have you been able to print anything with it?
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