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    Oculus Home now includes the option to configure locomotion.
    The next big update to Oculus Rift, Rift Core 2.0, comes with plenty of exciting changes, including a fully interactive Home space. From Oculus Home you can launch games, chill with your friends, redecorate, and take part in plenty of minigames. The default way to get around is by teleporting, but you can change some settings to make it more suitable for your needs.
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    12-14-2017 12:40 PM

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