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    No peeking under the nose guard!
    Putting on a PC-based VR headset, whether it's Windows Mixed Reality (WMR), an HTC Vive, or an Oculus Rift, means you're losing sight of what's physically around you. While a majority of VR experiences can be enjoyed with specialized motion controllers, there are others — like those that let you use your desktop in VR — that are best used in tandem with a classic keyboard and mouse. The mouse is a no-brainer, but what about typing on your keyboard? There are a few tricks you can try to get comfortable typing without being able to see your hands.

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    02-16-2018 02:10 PM

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