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Tuesday, July 12, 2016


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Adeon Writer

CtrlAltStudio doesn't work with Oculus Rift. It works on dev kits that still don't use current firmware, but an actual Oculus Rift (CV1) requires up to date firmware.

The fact that this isn't widely known just shows how few are actually even trying.

Graham Mills

That's not the impression I got from the comment thread. I don't have a Rift or compatible PC but have no reason to question the positive feedback given by users there. Note that the version they are using is downloaded via the link in the comments.


David Rowe, the developer of the CtrlAltStudio viewer wrote:

"Hot off the hard drive and ready for some testing: Alpha. Pretty much the same as the previous version – including the same general limitations – but built with Oculus SKD 1.5.0 so that it runs with the latest Oculus runtime."

Wagner J Au


Old ass file photo!


Looking forward to testing it. Liked the old one very much.

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