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Jan
07

How to Play Steam VR Games Wirelessly on Oculus Quest

Steam VR Games on Oculus Quest Want to play Steam VR games like Skyrim, No Man’s Sky, and Fallout 4 (FO4VR) on your wireless headset? By unlocking developer mode and enabling side-loading on your Oculus Quest, you can install an application that allows you to do just that. Air Light VR (ALVR) is a free opensource […]

Jan
02

How to stream Oculus Quest to TV or to PC

Streaming or casting Oculus Quest headset to other screens If you’re showing off your Oculus Quest and taking turns with friends it’s great to be able to watch what the player is seeing. Streaming or Casting the Oculus Quest can let you demonstrate virtual reality apps and games for others. It’s also really helpful when […]

Dec
30

How to Play Beat Saber Custom Songs on Oculus Quest

Beat Saber Custom songs with SideQuest & BMBF One of the best things about Beat Saber is playing custom songs mapped by a community of the games biggest fans. There are hundreds, maybe thousands, of songs to choose from ranging from Easy to Expert+, and this guide will have you taking your pick from them […]

Dec
27

Oculus Quest: Enabling Developer Mode and using SideQuest

Setting Up Oculus Quest for Side-loading To unlock the full potential of your Oculus Quest headset, you need to enable developer mode and side-loading. Side-loading is just transferring files between two devices—in this case, your PC and Oculus Quest. You’ll be able to add apps and games from sources other than the Oculus Store, open […]

Dec
15

How to Play Custom Songs in Beat Saber (Updated)

Whether you’re new to modding Beat Saber, or you just need to update your mods for the latest version of Beat Saber,  these instructions will show you how to add mods and custom songs in Beat Saber—you’ll be swinging your arms and chopping blocks to your favorite beats in no time. Notes: This guide is […]

Sep
10

No Man’s Sky, VR, and Beyond

No man’s sky Beginning to beyond A rocky release I remember when I first heard about the game No Man’s Sky. In the summer of 2014 I was reading news of an indie gaming company called Hello Games creating a space exploration game with an endless universe that was full of procedurally-generated star systems, planets, […]

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