Oculus Quest Hacks

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Getting Discord to Work With the Oculus QuestEdit

I have a VR ready PCEdit

Virtual DesktopEdit

This app lets you use any Quest like a normal VR headset.

Website Link: Virtual Desktop.

  • Pros: It only costs the price of the app (less than $20 CAD), and you get to play your PC VR games like you normally would. It is stable. They are constantly improving and adding new features to the platform.
  • Cons: It is a bit complicated to set up, you need a VR ready PC.

Oculus Air LinkEdit

This Air Link allows you to wirelessly connect (only) a Quest 2 to your PC using a secure Wi-Fi network.

Website Link: Oculus Air Link.

  • Pros: It is free with your Oculus Quest.
  • Cons: It is not as versatile as Virtual Desktop. It is in beta, very unstable. You need a VR ready PC.

I do not have a VR ready PCEdit

Put an earbud in one earEdit

Run the cable to your phone (which you have mounted on your chest necklace style). Make sure the mic is closest to your face.

  • Pros: This cost you 0 extra dollars, and is very simple to do.
  • Cons: You are sacrificing game sound in one ear.

Bluetooth conference room speakerEdit

It gives you a decent sound and freedom to move around.

  • Pros: Comfortable.
  • Cons: Costs $$, game sound/chat sound sacrifice, multi-step process.

SteelSeries Arctis 3 Bluetooth HeadsetEdit

Simultaneous wired audio for gaming and wireless Bluetooth audio from your mobile device.

Link: SteelSeries Arctis 3 Bluetooth.

  • Pros: This is an easy option, and the sound quality is reported to be good.
  • Cons: Costs $$$, it is another thing you have to stick on your head, fragile.

Corsair HS70 Bluetooth - Wired Gaming Headset with BluetoothEdit

Simultaneous wired audio for gaming and wireless Bluetooth audio from your mobile device.

Link: Corsair HS70 Bluetooth.

  • Pros: This is an easy option, and the sound quality is reported to be good. The brand is known for good quality.
  • Cons: Costs $$$, it is another thing you have to stick on your head.