Ethernet over USB has been disabled, as discussed in this thread. I would like to present a use-case, that would greately benefit from it being reenabled.
Monitoring manufacturing processes with a lot (double digit) of cameras (and lots of VR monitors) is a match made in heaven for VR. I work on making such things possible, potentially via WebXR. Whilst I'm under NDA for details, I have this small demo with 3 cameras being live streamed to 3 browser windows instead.
All these cameras streaming really kills bandwith, especially once we get into double digit camera counts. I also want to stream my session to a Microsoft Teams meeting, so others can see, like in this OBS recording. But that get's quickly very laggy, with many camera sources bogging down Wifi and is not a fun monitoring experience. (You can see framerate taking, once I open up all 3 windows)
Having ethernet over USB is an excellent helper here. If possible, please consider reenabling it.
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