Friday, February 20, 2015

Sunshine Observation Deck now on Oculus Share

My demo was approved and made publicly available on Oculus Share today, and it made the front page - Woohoo! It's an honour to be selected alongside others such as the Apollo11 Experience in a long list of new additions and updates.


Oculus host the versions you can download now, so I probably won't kill the free dropbox bandwidth I'm currently using. But you'll need an Oculus account to download these so I'll keep these links live for anyone who doesn't have one:

OSX:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ptsph0fkn0r3yob/AABQfls0b3SY2s92KeP9nFQma?dl=0

Win7/8: Note: This demo runs great in win7, I've not tested in win8 however.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/s9gpcjt67phby5z/AACt8otcG3wwwxg2kFC1g5Rya?dl=0

Thanks to Oculus for providing a curated hosting solution.

-j

3 comments:

  1. Did you ever decide to port it to VIve or the CV1?

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