I have a Dell WMR and Rift headset. I also have an Oculus GO. I really think that Oculus should re-think the core 2. have tried and gone back to the previous version.
What I would like is a similar GO version. Most VR users do not need a House that you can play around with. All this useless stuff just uses more resources. I do not use any of the House options (like multiple screens in diff rooms) on WMR and I'm glad the Steam Room just shows what I need.
The Go browser and it's options work great and I would think that this would be easily transferable to the rift. Plus it may make it easier for to transfer over to.
There is no way that with the current resolutions I would want to use the Rift 2.0 desktop as a vitrual desktpop. Same thing goes with trying to us your desktop with WMR, totally useless, and not much better than core 2.0 imho.
In bowser mode the GO is fine to use for simple keyboard inputs, much better than Core 2.0 imho. With Core 2.0 you generally find that the keyboard or dashboard obstructs everything. Using the WMR Edge window works ok.
Given that both the Go and Rift come from Oculus you think that this would be pretty easy to do. Maybe not?
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