Today at Oculus Connect, we shared some exciting updates about the future of Rift. Core 2.0 is out of beta — and now known as the new Rift Platform. Soon, everyone will be using Home and Dash. We've put a ton of work into improving performance and look and feel, and can't wait to hear what you think. Release notes for 1.31 can be found below — and be sure to visit the Rift blog for more info.
- We're launching Experiments, a proving ground for experimental features aren't ready for official release. You can toggle individual experiments via the Settings tab within Dash. Some of the first experimental features available for testing:
- Oculus Desktop Window Pullout
- Window Controls
- Various design improvements to increase usability.
- Various performance improvements and fixes, including an issue with Library sorting
- New themed item collections: Spooky, Pirate, and Retro-Modern.
- Customer Developer Items
- Developers can now give out special Home objects and decor as gameplay rewards and achievements (live with initial partners, opening to all developers soon).
- User generated content
- Home now supports the playback of skinned animations for user generated content
- Fixed an issue where user generated content would sometimes not show up in Home
- We've revamped the UI to improve usability.
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