- Sep 5, 2000
dont forget the subpac in your pricing
Fortunately, I have quite a lot of spare cables lying around!
Oh, and I can't seem to get the Lighthouse auto-off feature to work.
Hopefully you have a USB extension or spare male A to male A cable. Other than that it's trivial to extend.
I got my VR porn downloaded ready for the Rift...and for the wife to leave the house for a couple minutes. Now If I could talk her into sex while I wear my VR helmet, then I'd be set...but sounds like a recipe for replay argument for her to fall back on for the rest of my life. I'm sure women would love to consider that cheating ...somehow. I'll just use the trusty ol sherpa winter sock and stay on the safe side.
So after owning it for a bit, how are you guys liking it? No news on my Oculus order yet. I'm getting to the point of not caring anymore. Summer is getting here and I'm busy with outdoor stuff. I may revisit VR in the winter when things are working better.
Actually, my issue is with the power adapter's cable. It's really short, and I've pretty much got to either move the power strip or run the cable directly over to the breakout box rather than wrapping it around things neatly. Although, I did see a post on the Vive subreddit about how someone extended their box-to-HMD cables and they linked the ones they bought. So, I'm going to buy a 6' version of the power extension cable.
That reminds me... did you do anything in particular to get the HMD's cables to stop wanting to curl up? The cables feel really stiff, and it's causing the most trouble in regard to cable management while walking.
I never use it but I think you are talking about Steam Big Picture mode.Isn't that name confusing for their other Big Screen mode? Also it sounds just like Desktop VR but I guess this is free as the latter costs $. When I think of Bigscreen I think of the full screen, consolized mode of Steam
Well it looks like my afternoon is shot, they just released Minecraft for the Gear VR: