Hi, I haven't used my rift in around 2 months, but when I turned it on
yesterday I noticed that I'm only able to get audio when in the home
environment. No audio at all in any of my apps.Any one else experiencing
this.....I'm guessing it's related to...
paintable pbr materials that get exported as vertex attributes (diffuse,
roughness, reflection weight, refraction, refraction weight, ior,
opacity etc). Then I can set up a material in Houdini to base it's
values on the exported vertex attributes. A ...
The error notification on the home has changed from "there is a problem
with roomspace" to "occulus isnt working properly, click here to check
our support article". Here's the
AnneOnymous said: alex.cataldo.14 said: Here's an idea.... Get rid of
the damn certs. There's no reason to have these things on add on
hardware. My usb drive doesn't require certs, neither does my keyboard,
or mouse, or my usb headphones.Ummm, WRONG....
LZoltowski said: stofer02 said: Chatoyance said: A VR headset literally
is a form of monitor, and it should work with any VR software, such as
Steam, period. It should not be tied to the internet, and should work
with a computer without connection be...
I can understand that for security reason the Oculus software needs a
certificate in order to authenticate updates are legitimate.....but why
should the software, hardware and pre-installed apps have to
authenticate in order to work?