I’ve found utility in the Oculus, the SL 1.23 viewer, a fast i7, lots of memory, Win 10, and a few OTS software bits. It’s definitely not high-end or something I’d be ready to take to the public just yet but it serves well for research.
I have used the CtrlAltViewer with some success. Although it is not supported any longer is was updated to work with the CV1 and DK2 Oculus. Oculus no longer support the DK2 though. I believe there is a way to get Oculus software running on the HTC Vive.
Has any of the viewers attempted to cobble together VR support? HTC Vive for instance?
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It works with a range of stereo/3D viewing technologies and supports
Oculus DK2 and CV1 fine. Some have repored that it works with the
Viva using the "Revive" compatibility layer. See the very end of the
blog post above.