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    How do I use VR Objects with the Oculus Rift?
    Part of the Rift Core 2.0 update for Oculus Rift includes a feature that lets you set up an extra Touch controller as a "VR Object." When creating mixed reality content — real-time footage of a player using the Oculus Rift set over a backdrop of in-game video — it's often tough to match up the movements of an object in both sets of footage if the physical camera is moving.
    By setting up a Touch controller as a VR Object and attaching it to the camera, it becomes much easier to match up footage after it's been captured, since the camera is now also being tracked. This feature is mainly for those who wish to create mixed reality content as well as developers. If you're just here for the games and experiences, you need not worry about this feature, though it is fun to experiment.

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    12-20-2017 02:40 PM

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