Oculus Quest 2 now offers wireless connection – Jewish Business News
Oculus Quest 2 now offers a wireless connection
But some app developers are angry with Facebook.
You can now get Oculus Air Link, a wireless way to play PC VR games on Oculus Quest 2. The company also offers Quest Demos, a new series of interactive presentations and question-and-answer sessions open to the public, live on Zoom. But some app developers believe Facebook is copying their independent ideas.
Oculus says Air Link gives people more options to access PC VR games on Quest 2. Oculus Link cables will still deliver a “robust and consistent” experience, while those with a strong WiFi setup can choose to stream. wireless via Air Link.
Air Link is an experimental feature, so not all network and PC setups will be ideal. In addition, with its increased graphics processing power and new display, the company boasts that Quest 2 is capable of supporting high frame rates that deliver a super smooth gaming experience. Quest 2 currently runs at 90Hz by default in system software such as Home Environment, Explore, Store, Oculus Browser, and Oculus TV.
VR office> Corner office. With the new Infinite Office features of Oculus Home, you can integrate your office into your VR workspace. Don’t worry, your typing skills still work with physical keyboard tracking. Associate your @Logitech K830 keyboard to start. #WFVR
– Oculus (@oculus) April 14, 2021
One person who is not happy with this news is Guy Godin, the developer behind Virtual Desktop. First, he claims, Oculus’ parent company has ruled it out. Then, he says, Facebook used his design as part of the Oculus system. Goldin said UploadVR that, “In 2017, Facebook copied the basic functionality of Virtual Desktop on Rift and incorporated it into their platform, essentially making my app obsolete. I’m not surprised to see them do this again on Quest. “
Without accusing Facebook of plagiarism, Goding added that Facebook, “copied the YUR fitness tracker app last year and released Oculus Move; essentially killing the business. They also released App Lab because they saw how popular SideQuest was. This is what they do. If you have a popular app on Quest today, expect Facebook to copy you and leave you in the dust. As for the fate of Virtual Desktop on Quest, we will have to see how Facebook’s solution competes. Judging by the number of issues plaguing Oculus Link today, I have no doubts that Virtual Desktop will remain a valuable solution for some time. I also have a lot of cool features in the works that I can’t wait to share with the community. “
Quest Demos on Zoom will guide people on how to use this new technology. Oculus product experts will walk attendees through the main benefits of the product, showcase some of their favorite apps and games, and even take attendees into the headset for tips on how to enhance the Oculus VR experience.