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Oculus Quest 2 received PC wireless streaming and 120Hz mode

Oculus Quest 2 received PC wireless streaming and 120Hz mode

Oculus Quest 2 VR standalone glasses will receive a v28 update, which will significantly expand the functionality of the device. The first and perhaps the most important for many is Air Link support addedWith which the content can be transferred wirelessly from a computer to the goggles. This way, you will be able to stream even the most demanding games, although a very fast WIFI connection is also necessary for this. The feature will initially be available in beta, and you’ll always be able to use a wired connection if needed.

The second grandmother is Added support for 120 Hz refresh. By default, Oculus Quest 2 refreshes the image at 90Hz, but of course the higher the better. Developers will be able to add their addresses that natively support 120Hz, but users themselves will still have to choose which option they intend to use. It’s worth noting that the goggles system software itself is still running at 90Hz, and Oculus Link support at 120Hz will be added in the future.

Finally, Facebook also mentioned an update for Infinite officeAny virtual office / workstation. Users will be able to interact with items from the real world. An example of this would be placing a virtual workstation on a real desk in our room. Virtual office boundaries are automatically saved and detected so that you can easily restore them when you are done work. Additionally, Oculus Quest 2 will now be able to connect to physical keyboards. The Logitech K830, which will be fully ported to VR, will go first.

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