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Oculus meta 2 absence of movement

Discussion in 'Forum and Website' started by nanofico, Oct 24, 2022.

  1. nanofico

    nanofico New Member Gold Contributor

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    Good morning everyone. They gave my son an oculus meta 2 viewer. Connecting it to my 2dof it does not perform any movement, what should I do to make it work?
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    MoreSine New Member Gold Contributor

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    can you give a bit more detail on how you are using it?
    The Quest 2 is a standalone headset, so if you want to use it with PC Games you have to either connect it via a cable or use AirLink / Virtual Desktop.
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    I've got a different headset but I guess that Oculus is just a viewer as mine.
    Your 2DOF should keep working as it does when the viewer is not connected and you are using your monitor