Deploying the mobile system#


  1. Choose an appropriate location (Refer to Room Setup)

  2. Remove the computer from the cradle and place it on a desk

  3. Take the computer cradle with the QR code facing up and place it on the ground or on a table

  4. Power the system by connecting the power cable to a power source

  5. Charge the computer by connecting it to the charging cable

  6. Connect the computer to the system network with the network cable provided

  7. Power on the computer

  8. For wireless systems only: disconnect the charging cable from the headset


When not using the wireless system, connect the power cable to charge the headset (you can keep using it while charging)

  1. Remove the headset from the case and place it on your head

  2. Continue as instructed in Quick Start


Absorber workspace is designed to operate in an offline enviroment (no internet connection). To run online, connect the Network Node WAN port (9) to the internet using an Ethernet cable.

Sleep mode#

When not using the system for a short period, there is no need for complete Packing the mobile system, you can preform the following actions to put the system into sleep mode:

  1. Make sure the system is powered (Power line connected)

  2. Connect the charging wire to the headsets

  3. Close the laptop without sutting it down

When starting the system back you will be able to only type in the laptop password and start using the system immediately.

Room Setup#


While inside the virtual workspace you will walk around to change your field of view and viewing angle. Clear the area of any tripping hazards and provide enough clear space to move freely

The headset continuously tracks the surroundings to maintain its position. Below are examples of things that can confuse the device and tips to improve tracking. None of the things listed here is fatal to the tracking, but reducing their size and number will enhance your experience.


  • Windows

  • Mirrors

  • White empty walls

  • Display monitor

  • Moving objects


Add features to a the room such as posters on the walls, shelves and plants. You might want to add furniture that will not intervene with the free movement of users.


Similar-looking areas might create “wormholes” that confuse the headset, try to distinguish them by adding different features.