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VR in Game4Automation

Pablo Navarrete vor 6 Monaten aktualisiert von Support vor 6 Monaten 1

Hello forum


I bought an Oculus Quest 2 headset last week and I would like to know if its possible to connect it to the demo of Game4Automation.

Is there any resource about how to use VR in Game4Automation?

Thanks in advance and please, try to translate the menu of the forum cause we all arent german :)

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Hello Pablo,

G4A is fully compatible with more or less all VR/AR solutions you can find for Unity.

you should follow the Occulus Documentation:

https://developer.oculus.com/documentation/unity/book-unity-dg/

Or you could use Steam - the advantage with Steam is that it works with most VR headsets on the market:

https://valvesoftware.github.io/steamvr_unity_plugin/articles/Quickstart.html

At the end, you need to integrate with all that VR Applications some standard Assets in your project and in your scene some standard components like VR Camera, Teleport and so on. You will need to deactivate or delete the G4A Camera because camera movement will be replaced by the VR application.

Maybe I will do soon an official tutorial about that. But if you follow the VR documentations and tutorials on the web you should be able to do that.

And sorry, did not notice, the forum is now also in English...

Best regards

Thomas

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Hello Pablo,

G4A is fully compatible with more or less all VR/AR solutions you can find for Unity.

you should follow the Occulus Documentation:

https://developer.oculus.com/documentation/unity/book-unity-dg/

Or you could use Steam - the advantage with Steam is that it works with most VR headsets on the market:

https://valvesoftware.github.io/steamvr_unity_plugin/articles/Quickstart.html

At the end, you need to integrate with all that VR Applications some standard Assets in your project and in your scene some standard components like VR Camera, Teleport and so on. You will need to deactivate or delete the G4A Camera because camera movement will be replaced by the VR application.

Maybe I will do soon an official tutorial about that. But if you follow the VR documentations and tutorials on the web you should be able to do that.

And sorry, did not notice, the forum is now also in English...

Best regards

Thomas