So, I have got Microsoft Flight Simulator installed on my high-end PC ready for VR. I have both the Oculus Quest 3 and my daughter has the Oculus Quest 2.
I want to be able to run the flight simulator in VR mode on both headsets.
I am completely new to this. I have extensive PC and flight sim knowledge however I have no experience in integrating the Oculus for VR.
I need a complete, exhaustive, and extensive guide on how to use the Oculus Quest 2 and Oculus Quest 3 with Microsoft Flight Simulator installed on my PC - can anyone help?
You've embarked on an exciting journey by deciding to merge the immersive world of VR with the realism of Microsoft Flight Simulator. As someone with considerable flight sim and PC knowledge, you'll find this process engaging, though it does have its nuances.
Step 1: Preparing Your PC and VR Headsets
Step 2: Oculus Software Installation
Step 3: Enabling Oculus Link
Step 4: SteamVR Setup (If Applicable)
Step 5: Microsoft Flight Simulator VR Settings
Step 6: Final Adjustments
Integrating VR into your flight sim experience transforms how you interact with the virtual skies. It might take a bit of tweaking to get everything running smoothly, but the result is well worth the effort.
If you have specific queries or face any hurdles during the setup, feel free to ask for more details, and I'll provide further assistance.
Safe virtual skies and happy flying!
Ian Stephens (ianstephens)Captain
Where is this option to Select the Oculus 3 as the default VR device? My MSFS consistently replies, "No VR device detected", yet all other VR apps seem to be working.
CTRL/Tab switches to VR mode.
Thanks for information
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