Native hand tracking, PC/standalone hybrid functionality, and new games confirmed for the Oculus platform.
That’s a wrap on Oculus Connect 6. Facebook’s annual two-day developer conference dedicated to all things Oculus brought its A-game this year delighting users with a series of surprise bombshells, as well as updates on several highly-anticipated updates and experiences.
Here’s a quick breakdown of every announcement made during the hectic two-day event:
Oculus Link – Facebook announces a new feature called Oculus Link that will allow Oculus Quest users to access Oculus Rift/Rift S experiences directly from their standalone headset using a compatible USB-C cable.