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    John Cuyle commented  · 

    Via existing wifi or through a dongle for better performance, either way this is a killer feature that almost everyone I've introduced Quest to asks for.

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    1 comment  ·  Oculus Quest 2 and Quest » Companion App  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    John Cuyle commented  · 

    I desperately want this feature. My family uses the headset in a room with a PC hooked to a large screen and we often use the casting feature to provide assistance if someone gets stuck (VR apparently appeals to a lot of people that traditional video gaming does not, so this is pretty common even when adults are using the headset.) Casting to the PC would be much better than casting to the phone (or a tablet, since the app doesn't even really support the larger screen size and just runs in phone emulation mode.) Also, it would make Beatsaber into a party game. Right now you see someone playing and they just look goofy. If you could see what they were doing on a large screen, it'd make VR with one headset more of a social activity, and that could move a lot of units. Like people taking turns on Wii Sports. Also, definitely put the functionality into the Oculus app for Windows. All of us are going to be using it with Quest with the newly announced tethered support anyway. Not all of us are interested in installing, say, Chrome or buying Chromecast (or Google anything.)

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    John Cuyle commented  · 

    Oculus Quest is basically a console platform, and lack of support for multiple accounts is a glaring omission. Consoles have had this feature since at least Original Xbox. My brother and I initially went in on one 50/50 and traded it back and forth every couple weeks. The fact that we basically had four people sharing progress on one account was a huge negative.

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