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Re: Oculus Quest

Postby Pixero » Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:03 pm

What would be great is if it was possible to stream VR to Quest from a PC to a android app. That way the processing would be done on the highend machine.
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Re: Oculus Quest

Postby olishea » Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:47 pm

Pixero wrote:What would be great is if it was possible to stream VR to Quest from a PC to a android app. That way the processing would be done on the highend machine.


Yes it’s being worked on right now. Wireless VR is definitely the future. The sales speak volume.

Less hardware in the VR headset would make them lighter and more comfortable too. I’m all for it!
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Re: Oculus Quest

Postby pilou » Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:02 pm

Yes you can work from / stream your pc-desktop to the quest.


Thx for the video : but it's only games!
I suppose that will be the same for programms ? SketchUp for example ,..
For the moment seems you can't have in the O Quest "a full screen helmet" of what is on the PC ?
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Re: Oculus Quest

Postby kaas » Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:17 pm

pilou wrote:
Yes you can work from / stream your pc-desktop to the quest.

I suppose that will be the same for programms ? SketchUp for example ,..
For the moment seems you can't have in the O Quest "a full screen helmet" of what is on the PC ?


I never tried it but I think you can. Look at the promo video of VirtualDesktop on the Oculus shop:
https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift ... 622255585/
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Re: Oculus Quest

Postby olishea » Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:42 pm

pilou wrote:
Yes you can work from / stream your pc-desktop to the quest.


Thx for the video : but it's only games!
I suppose that will be the same for programms ? SketchUp for example ,..
For the moment seems you can't have in the O Quest "a full screen helmet" of what is on the PC ?


Yes you can
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Re: Oculus Quest

Postby pilou » Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:53 pm

All that seems ultra modern but recall me a scene of end's life in Soylent Green ! :shock:

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Re: Oculus Quest

Postby olishea » Thu Jun 20, 2019 12:50 am

Hahaha pilou

VR is what you make it ;)

It will definitely ruin some people’s lives though. 100% certain!
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Re: Oculus Quest  Topic is solved

Postby olishea » Thu Jun 20, 2019 12:57 am

The best, most revolutionary thing about using VR in a workflow or gaming is the activity factor.

You are moving all the time. Even when sat down you are significantly more active than behind a PC. I sweat when gaming! You use your whole body, it’s beautifully ergonomic. When drawing it feels real, natural, human!

It also makes me laugh because a whole generation of gamers have been locked indoors button bashing....they can’t compete with grown men in VR games. It’s so funny. Their bodies are weak, I love it. Tables have turned, no more 12 year old kids embarrassing you in first person shooters! I’ve been training! Lolol

It actually encourages you to be fitter and stronger. When has a computer or games console ever done that?
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Re: Oculus Quest

Postby olishea » Thu Jun 20, 2019 1:02 am

Another thing that is worth considering about a VR.....

Say for example you want a nice big TV to watch movies on. 60” OLED screen costs over $2000.

You can literally just buy the family a few quests; it’s cheaper and you are now looking at 50 foot cinema screens. Don’t have to fight for the best sofa and viewing angle lol

I don’t think I would ever buy a large TV again. Just have a normal one for watching news etc, background TV and then use VR for all movies.

This is gonna be a revolution in entertainment.
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Re: Oculus Quest

Postby pilou » Thu Jun 20, 2019 4:15 pm

It is 450$ each.. :)

Nothing new! :mrgreen:

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Re: Oculus Quest

Postby olishea » Thu Jun 20, 2019 11:23 pm

pilou wrote:It is 450$ each.. :)


Exactly!

A good, large 4K TV is over $1000. A really good one is $2000-$3000.

I wouldn’t buy a bigger TV, but I’d happily buy another VR for my girlfriend for films. Just a better experience and cheaper.

The resolution on TVs is getting to the point where you won’t even notice the difference as it increases unless you have a 100” screen (and who is going to splash $20,000 on a TV when VR gives you a cinema experience?)
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