Non-personal account for schools and public demos
Some kind of non-personal account for multiple headsets so we can set up demos without using personal accounts.
Since a Facebook account is needed it's not possible to have non-personal headsets with purchased content on in a public environment such as a school, library or for a public demo case.
The usecase is that we can't have one single person responsible for all our Oculus Quests.
Especially with the sunsetting of Oculus accounts, this is critical for use cases like schools, libraries, and hospitals. Organizations like these are likely not interested in using custom enterprise software, like a business might be. These organizations want to use the consumer Oculus app store, which is unavailable through Oculus for Business. It would be unreasonable for for a school to have a classroom set of 15 Quests and volunteer 15 teachers to sign into the devices with their personal Facebook account. The game library would be tied to that person. What if the teacher quits or retires?
I would suggest a special non-profit organization account be made available. NPO's could go through a verification process, register the hardware they have, and be granted a special account with which to log into their headsets. They could be given tax exempt purchases in the Oculus store, and possibly even be offered bulk licensing of software for multiple headsets.
Can't confirm, but something like this might potentially be available with Oculus for Business