Note: If you have an Apple computer with an M1 chip and are having trouble using your computer in VR, please download and install the latest version of Oculus Remote Desktop for macOS.
To use your computer in VR in Workrooms, you’ll need to first download and install Oculus Remote Desktop for macOS (Big Sur and Catalina) or Windows 10. Oculus Remote Desktop lets you pair your computer to your Oculus headset, streaming what is on your computer screen into VR.
You’ll be prompted to download Oculus Remote Desktop after you create your Workrooms account. You can also download it from Settings in the Workrooms web app, or from the links below:
To use your computer in VR with Workrooms:
From your computer, open Oculus Remote Desktop and log in with your Workrooms account.
From your Oculus headset, open the Workrooms app.
3. Once you’re in Workrooms, select Computer from the workroom menu. 4.
Hover over your computer and select Connect. This will open an Oculus Remote Desktop Streaming Request on your computer.
From your computer, press Enter on your keyboard or click Confirm on the Oculus Remote Desktop Streaming Request.
Currently, you can only see 1 monitor at a time when using your computer in VR in Workrooms. We are working on making it possible to see multiple monitors at once.
To switch monitors when using your computer in VR:
From the Workrooms app, hover over your in-VR computer screen and select Switch monitors.
GPU support on Windows
It's common for gaming computers to have a hybrid GPU setup. However, Oculus Remote Desktop can only run on your computer’s integrated GPU. You can adjust which GPU is used for Oculus Remote Desktop in your Windows settings.
Keep in mind, some GPUs have their own control panel application that overrides Windows settings (for example Nvidia). If your GPU has a control panel, be sure to enable integrated GPU support for Oculus Remote Desktop from the control panel application.