Been messing with some old Hot Wheels track and cars I have from a few
years back when I was babysitting some anti-video game kids. This then
got me to sign into Forza Horizon 3 and race in the Hot Wheels DLC (as
well as just zipping around the islan...
So, I've had a fair amount of experience using Virtual Desktop to play
untethered PCVR games, or at least they did as of last November. Some
require me to reset the view when I first start up via Virtual Desktop,
others work just fine out of the box....
Now that I'm well rested and no longer cranky, time to put my new Quest
2 through it's paces. I'd left it plugged in and turned on overnight in
order to install all my Quest apps, so everything was ready to go
immediately. All the setup had already b...
Well, I'd stopped posting back in November or so, but not because I am
no longer a VR enthusiast. Instead my reasoning was that it didn't feel
right to use these forums if I wasn't using an Oculus headset anymore.
I'd decided that since I also had a ...
While I was visiting family for Thanksgiving my dad and his wife spoke
to me about getting my brother a Quest 2. They were on the fence however
since that is kind of expensive. Around $300 for the system it's self
plus at least one or two games? That...
I'm not saying you lied or are stupid, but did you also check the
battery levels of the controllers? Low batteries can also cause issues
with tracking. Yeah, I know. It's basic, and likely something you tried
already. But I don't know for sure, and a...
Sadly, having to have both the desktop app and Quest on the same update
version does sometimes break features like Oculus Link and/or Air Link.
My desktop app updated to V30 today, but my Quest 2 is still on V29.
Meh, whatever. Still have Virtual Des...
It works... but not well. Might need to tinker with settings first. But
the default profile for the T-Flight 4 is not good. Acceleration only
works by pushing the flight stick forward, ignoring the thrust stick
entirely. Menu navigation is done via m...