Oculus are rolling out their latest update to the Oculus Rift runtime software. The big change in the 1.14. release is better support for room-scale with a third Rift sensor.
This month we’ve continued to improve support for 3-sensor configurations, including a new guided setup process for three sensors. The Oculus app will also now automatically prompt you to update your setup if you plug in a third sensor.
Said Nate Mitchel in a blog post.
1.14 includes support for touch in games that are gamepad only.
The buttons and triggers will map to Touch controller buttons and gestures automatically. However, this does not mean the games will support native touch support.
The 1.14 update is rolling out now so check your system to see if you have it.
Related: Oculus Rift Room Scale Setup
Release Note for Oculus 1.14 Update
- Improved experience for experimental 360° tracking.
- The Oculus app now fully supports setting up three sensors for experimental 360° tracking.
- Connecting a third sensor now automatically prompts you to set up experimental 360° tracking.
- Improved efficiency when updating the Oculus software on your computer.
- Oculus Touch
- You'll now see where your Touch controllers are located as soon as you enter VR.
- Many apps, games, and experiences that previously required the Xbox One Wireless Controller can now be played using Touch controllers. These apps will use the buttons and triggers on Touch, but won’t support Touch controller tracking during gameplay. You’ll see supported apps marked “Touch (as gamepad)” in the Oculus Store. Windows 8.1+ required.
- Fixed issue with sensor tracking setup, especially when setting up three sensors.
- Fixed issue with app videos in the Oculus Store always starting at full volume.