Oculus Rift updates new features and Christmas decorations in December

Pulished on Dec. 21, 2018

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Christmas is coming, and the festival atmosphere is getting stronger and stronger. Custom Developer Items was first announced during Oculus Connect 5 (OC5) to reward player achievement in September by letting developers develop custom objects that can be used to decorate virtual homes. Originally available for video games, including Arizona Sunshine, Brass Tactics, Echo VR, Lone Echo, Job Simulator, Moss, OrbusVR and SUPERHOT VR, more studios can now create their own rewards.

Oculus Rift updates new features and Christmas decorations in December

Major updates to Oculus Home Unlockable, Loco DojoHome include custom developer projects, unlockable artwork, in-game objects, and a variety of other content related to your favorite virtual reality (VR) video games. This has 32 very different games that can be unlocked in Home.

To make surfing and typing in VR easier, Oculus adds a Dash keyboard now. Click on the keyboard button in the lower right window of the Oculus desktop to open it. You can choose from several input options: use Oculus Touch and the index finger to start typing, adjust the light pointer to a specific click pointer letter, or even put your hand under the keyboard and use A / X button or trigger selection button. Finally, you can type in the real keyboard and see the input reflected in the digital version.

Finally, the Oculus Home Christmas decoration will bring more festive appearance:

The decoration update is as follows:

Cabin sofa, Lodge Armchair, antique sleigh table, lodge rug, rustic dining stool, country island, rustic long counter, rustic square counter, rustic long shelf, rustic short shelf, rustic bookcase, comet, cupid, Mistletoe, cheerful core, winter garland, Christmas stocking, snowman snowman, popsicle snow pile, lampstand, Kinara, Mkeka, etc.

Oculus Rift updates new features and Christmas decorations in December

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