Next Month Oculus Will Support App Sharing, Multi-User Accounts

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Oculus is rolling out multi-user accounts and app sharing to its Quest 2 virtual-reality headset.

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Oculus is rolling out multi-user accounts and sharing applications for its virtual reality headset Quest 2 Before rolling out to all Quest devices, the function will start on Quest 2 first. Sharing the app can only be activated on a single headset Oculus says it expects several devices to be purchased by more households, so sharing apps makes sense. But it is baffling to limit common characteristics to a single headwear, especially since the foam is notorious for trapping human sweat and stinky sweat glands.

The company says that apps will be automatically opted into App Sharing starting in Feb 13, but developers are required to opt out by Feb 12 in order to avoid this You have to do a factory reset if you want to change who the primary user is, and you need to enable App Sharing on your headset. Any new Rift or Quest apps created after Feb.13 must support App Sharing. Back to Mail Home home online

Back to the page you came from. Oculus has a FAQ for companies on how to clean and disinfect Oculus headsets VR Zone from Bandai Namco: Project I Can is a pop-up VR arcade in Tokyo After each use, the attendants disinfected each headset vigorously and applied disposable barrier masks. Oculus believes that if one individual buys an Oculus Quest 2 in a household, they will play games with their family or roommates. But I certainly can’t be the only person who finds this whole prospect questionable.

Perhaps the first priority of Oculus should be to guarantee that individuals are not locked out of their headsets. #Robert #Downey Jr is the #leader of the #investment fund, the Footprint Coalition, which will try to spot green #technology companies.

The feature will first launch on the Quest 2 before rolling out to all Quest devices.

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A new report says Apple is working on a $3,000 mixed-reality headset.

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A new report says that Apple is working on a mixed-reality headset worth $3,000 Two 8K displays, a “sleek curved visor,” and swapable headbands will be available for the headset. The report says that it will be powered by the new M1 chip. It is expected that only 180,000 to 250,000 headsets will be sold, and they will cost between $900-$1,000. It is unclear whether Apple will include a “thimble-like device” on the finger of a user to interact with software, the report says, and whether that device will be included in the headset itself.

The information quotes an unnamed source working on the project and cites a source from Pegatron, an iPad and iPhone manufacturer based in Taiwan. The report also claims that the visor will have an “outward-facing display” so that users can demonstrate what they see to others. Back to Mail Home home online Back to the page from which you came from A price tag of $2,000 puts this thing in the realm of the holographic Hololens 2 of Microsoft and the Oculus Quest 2, which are both $300-$3,500.

It also contradicts the assertion of Mark Gurman that the goal of Apple is to prepare customers for a possible smart glasses. Next year, with AR glasses in 2023, the augmented reality headset could drop. #Robert #Downey Jr is the #leader of the #investment fund, the Footprint Coalition, which will try to spot green #technology companies.

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts three new augmented reality products.

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Three new augmented reality products are predicted by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Next year, according to Kuo, a “helmet-type” mixed reality headset will be available. The headset will most likely cost $1,000 and will be “significantly better” than currently available headsets. In a research note, Kuo writes that augmented reality glasses and contact lens products are more likely to be developed. The predictions are mostly in line with other estimates of a headset by 2022, with a $3,000 price tag.

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Apple’s rumored mixed reality headset could weigh less than 150 grams, analyst says.

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According to analysts, Apple’s rumored mixed reality headset could weigh as little as 150 grams. It would be lighter than the Oculus Quest 2, Microsoft’s HoloLens 2, and Google’s Daydream View if this were the case. The remarks were made by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in a new research note. The “N301” headset could include 8K displays, eye-tracking technology, and cameras, among other features. According to reports, Apple is considering charging around $3,000 for the device, which would be more expensive than the $299 Oculus Quest.

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Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple’s VR headset will weigh less than 150 grams.

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Apple’s virtual reality headset, according to Ming-Chi Kuo, will weigh less than 150 grams. That’s about five ounces worth of food. It is less than half the weight of the iPhone 12, which weighs 164 grams (5.78 ounces). Hybrid ultra-short focal length lenses, also known as Fresnel lenses, will be used by the company. They’re essentially lenses with concentric grooves etched into the material, and they can be significantly thinner than traditional lenses.

The disadvantage is that they will be expensive, which may be one of the reasons for the high price. Apple is expected to unveil a mixed reality headset at an event later this year in Cupertino, according to reports. The headset will have “customized material and coating,” and “light transmission is not lower than glass,” according to Kuo. Return to the home page of Mail Online Return to your previous page To return to the page you were on, click here.

    On Monday, 9to5Mac will publish the complete report. This is the most recent update from 9to5Mac. On Monday, at 10:30 a.m., the full transcript of the interview will be available. This is just the latest rumor claiming that the headset will be released in 2022.

The mixed reality headset is expected to debut in 2022, with AR glasses following in 2025, according to Kuo’s latest timeline. As we get closer to the release date, the rumors will only intensify. The headset is expected to have eight-kilopixel displays, an M1 processor, and over a dozen cameras. The Footprint Coalition, led by #Robert #Downey Jr, is a #investment fund that will try to identify green #technology businesses.

That’s the equivalent of about five ounces.

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Published by Ana Miller

Ana Miller is a technology journalist who covers corporate and policy intersection. Born in London, Ana has been at The HowToGuide almost two years, and has written extensively about the technology industry.

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