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  1. This issue seems to have resolved itself after I updated my headset to Early Access firmware for OpenXR support...
  2. Thanks. I see, but then it really ought to say "OpenXR Android for WaveXR (needs early access)" in the (public) VIU Settings. Also, I've applied for Early Access via that form several times now, but never got any reply. Please PM me to resolve this. @Dario
  3. OK, after some more testing I can conclude that with Wave XR, unit_StereoEyeIndex only works in vert shader but not in frag shader. This is in contrast to Oculus XR, where it works fine in frag shader as well. A workaround is to pass the value on from vert shader to frag shader.
  4. Was this confirmed to work? I'm trying to get it working on VIVE Focus 3 using VIVE Input Utility (VIU). Same scene + shader is working on Quest 2 via Oculus XR in VIU, but if I switch to Wave XR in VIU then unit_StereoEyeIndex is always 0 (in frag shader), both for Single-pass and Multi-pass rendering. @Dario Any clue?
  5. @jefmes I'm hoping the next VIU update will make this available for real. There is a target option "OpenXR Android for WaveXR (experimental)" but it does not work currently (at least not out-of-the-box, or perhaps not without early-access). See the following topic:
  6. @HackPerception Thanks! 2D is not my intended use-case, but I stumbled upon this when experimenting with a simple Unity 2D app (or actually, a 3D app but without VR/stereoscopic) on both Focus 3 and Quest 2.
  7. I built a simple 2D Android mobile app (.apk file, with no VR support) in Unity and used "Build And Run" to start it on Focus 3. The first time I did this, it did not start (unexpected), but I was able to locate it in Library by filtering on "2D". It started and worked fine, as a 2D window in Lobby (expected) and could be stopped by pointing at the X button below (expected). However, on subsequent use of "Build And Run", my 2D app starts directly (expected) BUT in VR/fullscreen (unexpected) - and NOT in a 2D window in Lobby (which I would expect). The 2D content is split in half per left/right eye, so not at all comfortable to look at. Additionally, there is no way to exit the 2D app once it is in VR/fullscreen mode (unexpected), so I have to force-stop the activity via [adb shell am ...]. Home button on the right controller does not bring upp system menu, and 10-second press on left headset-button does not close 2D apps (this seems to be "by design", same for 2D window in Lobby). NOTE: After force-stop, I can re-start my 2D app from Library (2D) and then it starts and works fine as a 2D window in Lobby... Expected behavior: 2D content installed via Unity's "Build And Run" should always start in a 2D window in Lobby, never as VR/fullscreen. @Alex_HTC
  8. In Unity with VIVE Input Utility v1.15.0.0, i get the following failure when I go to "Edit - Preferences - VIU Settings" and press the button "Add Wave XR Plugin - Open XR" that's associated with checkbox "OpenXR Android for WaveXR (experimental)" and tooltip "VIVE Focus 3" : Something wrong when adding package to list. error:NotFound(Unable to add package [com.htc.upm.wave.openxr]: Package [com.htc.upm.wave.openxr] cannot be found) UnityEngine.Debug:LogError (object) HTC.UnityPlugin.Vive.VIUSettingsEditor/PackageManagerHelper:get_isAddingToList () (at Assets/HTC.UnityPlugin/ViveInputUtility/Scripts/Editor/VIUSettingsEditor.cs:392) HTC.UnityPlugin.Vive.VIUSettingsEditor:OnVIUPreferenceGUI () (at Assets/HTC.UnityPlugin/ViveInputUtility/Scripts/Editor/VIUSettingsEditor.cs:679) UnityEngine.GUIUtility:ProcessEvent (int,intptr,bool&)
  9. NOTE: In my case the cable used is the official Oculus Link Cable (optical, hi-speed, USB-C) connected to a USB-C port on the PC motherboard. I get the same issue on two different PCs, one with Windows 10 and one with Windows 11. Connecting via ADB (Android Debug Bridge) works fine. Streaming via VIVE Business Streaming from Steam VR works fine too. It's only the Windows Explorer connection that does not work as expected. According to this guide - https://www.vive.com/eu/support/focus3/category_howto/copying-screenshots-and-recordings-to-computer.html - a "VIVE Focus 3" device should appear in Windows Explorer (step 5). Instead I get an "Unspecified" device called "KONA-QRD _SN:<serial nr>" (insert your serial number here) in "Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Devices and Printers". Also, in step 2 a "Choose USB mode" dialog should appear in the headset, but that does not happen.
  10. I too submitted a request for early access to native OpenXR for Focus 3 but didn't get any response, @Dario.
  11. Yes. I'm on a very short deadline to determine whether to go for native OpenXR or some other API/engine, for targeting both Vive Focus 3 and Oculus Quest simultaneously.
  12. I have the exact same issue. Enabling "USB compatibility" mode inside the headset does not help. How can we install a driver for "VIVE RR Interface" so it no longer appears under "Other devices"? Thanks in advance.
  13. Any update on this? Applied and got no response...
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