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    ALVR allows you to play a one-handed version of Beat Saber.
    Oculus Go is a standalone wireless VR headset that natively allows you to enjoy some quality mobile Oculus experiences. Coupled with Air Light VR (ALVR), a free piece of open-source software, you can actually stream SteamVR games normally reserved for PC-based headsets to the Oculus Go.
    While a lot of those SteamVR experiences won't work properly, Beat Saber seems to fall under the category of "partially working." You still don't have six degrees of freedom (6DoF) or two motion controllers, but you can certainly get a feel for the game. If you've been dying to try Beat Saber, you're in luck. Here's how to get Beat Saber (sort of) working with Oculus Go.

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    06-28-2018 01:00 PM

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