Hi.The Oculus Quest/Rift software allows the setting of a Guardian
space, which has a defined width, length, and center in any given room.
The Guardian does not change when resetting the view or taking off the
glasses, waiting for them to go to stand...
Hi everybody,a client is sending out Oculus Go to schools for
demonstration. They would like to lock the device down such that only
one preinstalled, non-store (sideloaded) app is playable, or even
better, simply just starts when the device is used.H...
Hi,I have an app, sideloaded to a Go (in dev mode). From the app, I have
access to the apps internal storage space location (which is at
/storage/emulated/0/Android/data//files/ as expected from
other Android devices). So far, so good.Unfortunately, ...
Hi all,I am looking for the description of the touch controllers
themselves (i.e. how each button is named). I was unable to find that in
the entire documentation. I am talking about a simple diagram such as
the one that is available for the Oculus R...
I'm writing a multi-language Rift app. I noticed that in the Oculus Rift
PC runtime settings, you can pick a language (Settings > General >
Language Preference). My question: Should games respect this setting? If
so, how can I get the language prefer...
@DarkTable Unfortunately, the Oculus integration is only informed that a
change took place, but the recentering of Unity's world center (0,0,0)
takes place outside of the integration (I believe within the package
DLLs, but definitely not as part of t...
oculus_gabor said: sourcenity said:A related question is whether it is
possible to show a sideloaded app in the main library (i.e. with images
and all, not only as an item in a list). Thanks!That is not possible.
For an app to show up in the main lib...
@NinjaGaijin thank you for your response. Has there been any feedback
from the dev team?A related question is whether it is possible to show a
sideloaded app in the main library (i.e. with images and all, not only
as an item in a list). Thanks!
Me again,If anyone runs into this issue: A reboot of the Go solves this
issue. Apparently this is an unfortunate side effect of the MTP protocol
which only shows files and folders it has "knowledge of", which,
apparently, it did not in this case.Prob...