The Oculus Quest creates an immersive virtual reality experience. That’s great for playing games, but not great for parties and other social activities. If you want your friends and family to see what you see inside the headset, you’ll need to cast your Oculus Quest to another device. The Oculus Quest officially supports casting to a few different Chromecast devices and also can cast directly to people’s phones. Casting is in beta so you might run into occasional glitches and issues, but here’s how to do it.
Products used in this guide Standalone VR: Oculus Quest ($399 at Amazon) Casting goodness: Google Chromecast 3rd Generation ($35 at Amazon) Connecting to iPhones: Oculus app for iOS (Free at App Store) Connecting to Android: Oculus app for Android (Free at Google Play) How to cast your Oculus Quest to a Chromecast
Casting an Oculus Quest to a Chromecast allows you to share your VR experience with friends and family in a living room. Games like Beat Saber being cast to a TV can take over a room and create an energetic party atmosphere. Only three Chromecast devices are supported, including the 3rd Gen Chromecast, so you’ll have to have the
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