Quest is standalone S is run by a computer that has the browser.
Go is standalone too, that's why it needs its own browser.
As Morgrum says, the Rift uses whatever browser you like using on your PC, there's no need for another browser to be included in the interface.
You can use the entire computer with the Rift-S, including your browsers. Open Dash (the belt menu), click on the computer icon on the right. It will open a screen in front of you, displaying your desktop. Open your brower as you would with a mouse, and that's all. You can even use a virtual 3D keyboard to type conveniently while in VR.
The experience sucks. Way better in quest, which I returned. Couldn't evevfigurevit out on the rift s. Stupid if you ask me.
Yeah Oculus deserves some criticism especially with the Rift S, however not having a browser is kind of well, out there.I click Virtual Desktop in Oculus Home, and have access to all my desktop along with my browser of choice anytime. I can even select one or both my monitors.And thankfully with the Rift S, a little more clarity.
Great, can someone simply tell me how to do the following please. I want to go to a specificxxx website that has VR content. When I play the video, on the quest it will ask me to "start" in VR. When I say yes it goes full screen. How do I do this with rift s in the rift, not having to go back and forth with the keyboard to type and start videos
why try and belittle me... yes, I see this video, this is the best video on the topic, I mean this is pathetic.
I am being realistic about the user experience of a piece of hardware/software.
I'm an active contributor of this forum for over 3 years. Insulting my post count won't help you.
Using my Desktop and Keyboard is better at Surfing the web.
You have the answers. Just because you don't like them doesn't mean that they don't exist. Besides, I'm pretty sure you are the same poster known as "inceptional" who was recently banned. I argued with you plenty to know who you are. You argued this exact point in the exact same way. This thread is completely pointless.
The virtual desktop button brings up a window showing your PC desktop... it's like a virtual PC desktop.
Once you see your PC desktop, you can use it in the same way that you use your PC, to surf the web using whatever browser you like using.
I'm not sue what the problem here is and yes, you started the thread with the question.. What am I missing? and got the answer, with no aggravation from anyone.
Then you clearly didn't like the answers and decided to further your views with stupid, sucks, joke etc etc. BUt your suggestion of wanting full screen doesn't seem to make sense... full screen in VR is 360 and no current browser is designed to work that way included the browser in Quest, so there has to be a window of some sort.
You seem to be quite aggressively proclaiming your view unnecessarily, which is bound to get response you find insulting.
What's wrong with just saying 'hey you guys... I really like the Quest built-in browser and am wondering if the same can be implemented in the Rift Home', you know... keep it light and friendly, otherwise there's always going to be arguments.
Just like the only other person to express your views seemed to like to do... which is definitely not you, re-joining the forum after being banned for being too aggressive when people didn't agree with you... I mean him.
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