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Basic tutorial (oculus + unity3D) ??

Anonymous
Not applicable
hi

I am a unity 4.x developer, and leap motion too.
but never using oculus, to develop.

question
is there a basic tutorial, to start with oculus + unity3D + leap motion ?

thanks a lot
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cybereality
Level 15
You can start by checking out the docs: https://developer.oculus.com/documentation/
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alexcolgan
Level 4
We've put together some resources on our developer portal: https://developer.leapmotion.com/vr-setup
Head writer @ Leap Motion

Anonymous
Not applicable
thanks ... i saw the documentation...
please any video to start my first app.

i know unity, and LeapMotion developer.... but never oculus.
just any tutorial video please ?

thank a lot for any help.

weasel47
Level 7
Is your Oculus Rift set up and functioning already, with the current Runtime installed?
Do you have Unity 5.1?

If the answer to both of those is yes, all you have to do to develop for the Rift is go to Build Settings, Player Settings, and check the box that says "Virtual Reality Supported." The camera in your scene will become the player's head.

Hiro_Protag0nist
Level 13
"mauovernet" wrote:
hi

I am a unity 4.x developer, and leap motion too.
but never using oculus, to develop.

question
is there a basic tutorial, to start with oculus + unity3D + leap motion ?

thanks a lot



Absolute basic app - check out his other tutorials:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xU5_1ivyItg

and:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcO-9scGvJs

2EyeGuy
Level 5
"weasel47" wrote:
Is your Oculus Rift set up and functioning already, with the current Runtime installed?
Do you have Unity 5.1?

If the answer to both of those is yes, all you have to do to develop for the Rift is go to Build Settings, Player Settings, and check the box that says "Virtual Reality Supported." The camera in your scene will become the player's head.

That didn't work for me. It won't recognise the Rift.

ken3dguy
Level 2

I have a simple tutorial unity to Go.  HTTPS://Kengeary.com