I'm all new to Quatum, so sorry if stypid question..
But I'm looking for ways to getting started with Quantum V2 and Oculus Quest VR..
I was hoping to use OpenXR, but how I rig the XRRig, so I can se other players avatars?
Apparently, we don't have VR Demos for Quantum 2 yet. But there are some VR Demos for Quantum 1 (and I'd say the general approach didn't change).
So.. no guides/tutorials of any kind ?
Are there any reason, I cant download spacehub example ? :-)
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From perspective of Quantum, it does not matter if you build a standalone player or a VR one. I would tend to say that a special guide for Quantum isn't needed. Or the other way round: A Quantum 1 guide to VR would work similarly for Quantum 2, as the main topic is: How is input synchronized?!
I will ask my colleagues from the Quantum team to check out the thread.
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