True wireless YAW VR: Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Desktop and OVRMC
Oculus quest 2 HMD (also applies to Quest 1) is a great device that allows us to use VR wirelessly with great visual quality. Being able to use a wireless HMD with YAW VR is an ideal scenario since it allows us to enjoy all the freedom of movement of YAW VR including 360º rotations in the yaw axis (ideal for helicopters).
There are many tutorials on how to use the Quest 2 with the PC wirelessly with VirtualDesktop so we will not repeat the steps here and we will go directly to the steps to use motion compensation with the Quest.
For version 1.18 onwards, with VD streamer installed in order to use it and use motion compensation, we must launch the application with an argument behind the executable.
To do so, we just have to right click on the VirtualDesktop streamer shortcut icon and look for the properties menu. There in the "Destination" field we find the path to the executable, we have to write after the quotes /DisableRenderPose.
(If you have access to version 1.17 of Virtual Desktop apk for Quest and version 1.17 of the Virtual Desktop Streamer for PC we can skip all the previous steps and go directly to the next step.)
After that you have to install the program that we will use for motion compensation:
Open VR Motion compensation (OVRMC).
Just follow the installation instructions.