This was a very interesting BUZZ that I found today and wanted to share with you.
Originally posted on: https://www.roadtovr.com/oculus-just-made-easier-screencast-phone/
Oculus released screencasting in beta late last year, and while it’s been a great way of letting someone outside of VR see what’s happening during a VR session,
the company just made this a lot easier in a recent update to the Oculus Mobile app.
The only method before now to cast VR content to a phone using the Oculus Mobile App was to first initiate the cast from an in-headset menu and then fumble with your phone to accept the invite.
It’s by no means a complicated operation, but if you were setting it up for someone else, it invariably means you’d have to pop into your headset first to prompt the cast,
mess with your phone to accept it, and then get back into VR to start the session.
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