Oculus Rift Update 1.11 Update is Here!
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
This week, Oculus released the latest update for their Rift VR headset. While not the biggest update, it does add a few new features, as well as offering some improvements to their Guardian System, improved instruction for positioning the sensor, as well as a nice collection of bug fixes, such as a fix for tracking errors, and various stability issues.
The latest update takes the software up to version 1.11, and you can check out the full changelog below:
- You can now choose to skip updating the firmware on your controllers when repeating Oculus setup.
- Improved visibility of Guardian System boundaries with better hand animations.
- Improved instructions for Oculus sensor positioning during setup.
The following key user-facing issues have been addressed in the 1.11 release:
- Improved experimental roomscale and experimental 360º support.
- Fixed calibration issues for multi-sensor configurations and Guardian System setup.
- Fixed tracking issues with Touch controllers that resulted in tracking judder or loss of hand location or hand orientation in VR.
- Fixed sensor issue which prevented Touch controllers from being detected.
- Fixed stability issues with floor height in VR.
- Improved Guardian System.
- Fixed stability issue with Guardian System boundaries moving when the Rift headset wasn’t in use.
- Fixed tracking issue where Touch controllers weren’t detected by Guardian System.
- Fixed reliability issue with Guardian System boundaries triggering too soon.
- Improved Oculus Rift and Touch setup.
- Fixed visibility issues with VR screen for adjusting Rift headset lens position.
- Fixed search issue with Oculus Store and Oculus Library in the Oculus software.