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- April 27, 2022 at 10:54 pm #92174Christian Le GouillGuest
Dear Dr Durrant,
I think PVR is a great idea. However, I did not manage to have the 3D mode working on my Oculus Quest2. I can load the structure (I tried 3ab3) and see it in 2D but none of the two 3D modes give me a 3D molecule. I used the default Oculus browser, should I install an other one?
It is possible to reassign the active buttons used on the controllers?
- May 1, 2022 at 7:03 am #94247Jacob DurrantKeymaster
Hi Christian. Thanks for your interest in ProteinVR. I tested your protein on the Oculus browser. The frame rate wasn’t as high as I hoped, but it did work. I wonder if your device might be underpowered in terms of memory. What kind of Oculus headset do you have? Thanks.
- May 10, 2022 at 2:39 pm #97250Christian Le GouillGuest
Hi Dr Durrant,
I’m using an Oculus Quest2 128GB. I’m running proteinVR directly in the web browser that comes with my Oculus system. Maybe I would need to run it on my PC and then cast it on the Oculus via "Oculus Desktop" or using a USB cable?
- May 10, 2022 at 2:39 pm #97258Christian Le GouillGuest
I found the problem… If I maximize the display and then try to go 3D, it does not work. If I go 3D directly w/o maximizing, it works. I just need to get use to the controls but it should be fine now.
Thank you for your help and for this nice and useful app.
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