HOLOFIT works with all major standalone VR headsets that meet the minimum requirements, and we are always working on including more.
If you don’t have a VR headset yet, these are the compatible headsets that we recommend for HOLOFIT usage.
|HTC Vive Focus||Yes|
|Samsung Gear VR||Yes, Samsung|
Galaxy S8, S8+,
S9, S9+, S10, S10+,
S10e, Note 8, Note 9
Now let’s check if your fitness machine is compatible with the standalone version of HOLOFIT.
|Concept 2 PM5|
SmartRow/ ComModule add-on
|Any stationary bike|
with Cadence Sensor
|Any elliptical machine|
with Cadence Sensor
* All FTMS-Bluetooth enabled rowing machines, bikes and elliptical should work with HOLOFIT. If your machine has FTMS-Bluetooth, but is not on the list, that means that we haven’t tested it yet and can’t guarantee that it will work.
Cadence sensors enable compatibility for bikes and wheel-based ellipticals ONLY. Cadence sensor do not work with rowing machines.
|IGPSport Cadence Sensor||Yes (Recommended)|
|Garmin Cadence Sensor 2||Yes|
|Magene Cadence Sensor|
(Gemini 210, S3+)
|Wahoo Cadence Sensor||Yes|
|FitCare Cadence Sensor||Yes|
|Speed sensor||Compatible, but only for bikes with open wheels.|
Speed sensors have to be attached to the axis of the wheel. If you’re using a bike trainer for Zwift, this will be the best option for you.
Speed sensors do not work with ellipticals or rowing machines.
If you already own a PC VR headset, you’ve come to the right place. Check if your PC VR headset is compatible.
|PC VR Headsets||Compatible|
|HTC Vive (Pro)||Yes|
|Oculus Rift (S)||Yes|
The PC Version of HOLOFIT can’t use Bluetooth yet. To connect your machine to HOLOFIT, you will have to use a USB or C-Safe cable.
Check if your fitness machine is compatible.
|Matrix Elliptical||7xe, 7xi||Yes|
(8CT, 8RDE, 8UB)
* If your fitness machine has a USB or C-Safe cable output, but is not on the list, that means that we haven’t tested it with HOLOFIT. In theory it should work, but we cannot guarantee this.