New Quest 2 Feature Found In Files, Lets Players See Real Life Obstructions
Oculus has begun to introduce a number of new software features for the Quest and Quest 2 virtual reality headsets. A slimmed-down version of Passthrough technology, available on Facebook's Quest, Quest 2 and Rift S headsets, allows users to take a look at what's happening around them while wearing the headset. The Passthrough API is an experimental Oculus programming interface that allows developers to customize how a player's environment appears on their VR headset by applying effects and filters to represent the real world on specific game interfaces.
Oculus has also made a few other changes, including the ability to give away apps and games via the headset. The v3.2 update also introduced a small but important improvement to the Quest 2 user experience: Oculus is moving away from the health tracking app. In an earlier update, Oculus also uploaded files from a browser app into VR to the headset, an improvement on the original method of connecting the headset to a PC.
02.12.2020 The Oculus Quest and Oculus Quest 2 have more than 200 games and apps to play as well as improvements to games and quest purchases that can be transferred to your new headset. That's right, the Quest Link gives you the ability to play Oculus Rift games on a headset that does not require a PC to work. With v2.9, we are also introducing multi-user accounts for apps shared by the owners of the original quest.
You can use infinite office features at the system level, such as phone notifications, new passthrough environments, links to files and apps, and more to stay productive with your headset. One of the biggest applications for virtual desktops in Oculus Quest is to play PCVR games on your computer or Quest headset. Live Overlay works with VR apps that support casting recordings so you can record, view and share videos you've made in Oculus apps.