What you need to know
- During Oculus Connect 6, Stephanie Lue, Product Manager at Oculus, took to the stage.
- One of her announcements was the news that Passthrough+ is coming to Oculus Quest.
- Passthrough+ allows users to see around them without taking their headset off, using cameras inside the headset.
At Oculus Connect 6, one of the new announcements from Stephanie Lue was the news that Passthrough+ is coming to Oculus Quest. This feature allows you to see the world around you in black and white, without taking your headset off. It uses cameras inside the headset to accomplish this. Passthrough+ is currently only available on Oculus Rift S, so this a major feature to bring over.
Free standing VR
The Oculus Quest is the first standalone VR headset worth owning. With six degrees of freedom, you can truly feel the difference.
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