Rift Core 2.0

Oculus lets you create your own Home in VR

Oculus has launched its Rift Core 2.0 beta software[1], which includes powerful new features. The updated Rift Core software features an overhaul of the Home system, a redesigned desktop app, and a new virtual system interface. The new Home environment lets Oculus users customise their default VR space, adding decorations, furniture, and interactive panels.

The Oculus team has added hundreds of items to Oculus Home and users can unlock special items by completing certain goals.

Users can also access a virtual desktop and app library from their Home and pin apps like Netflix.

Now read: Logitech unveils keyboard for virtual reality[2]

References

  1. ^ Rift Core 2.0 beta software (www.oculus.com)
  2. ^ Logitech unveils keyboard for virtual reality (mybroadband.co.za)

Oculus lets you create your own Home in VR

Oculus has launched its Rift Core 2.0 beta software[1], which includes powerful new features. The updated Rift Core software features an overhaul of the Home system, a redesigned desktop app, and a new virtual system interface. The new Home environment lets Oculus users customise their default VR space, adding decorations, furniture, and interactive panels.

The Oculus team has added hundreds of items to Oculus Home and users can unlock special items by completing certain goals.

Users can also access a virtual desktop and app library from their Home and pin apps like Netflix.

Now read: Logitech unveils keyboard for virtual reality[2]

References

  1. ^ Rift Core 2.0 beta software (www.oculus.com)
  2. ^ Logitech unveils keyboard for virtual reality (mybroadband.co.za)