Moving from Oculus to Reverb

Components for an Oculus Pilot Converting to Reverb
Components you MUST have installed!

“What do I need to make the Reverb work?”
A good question and a valid concern for pilots switching from an Oculus Device to a Windows Mixed Reality device such as the Reverb.

Core Software Components
  • Windows Mixed Reality Portal
  • Windows Mixed Reality for SteamVR
    • Available in the Steam Store.   <<<LINK
    • Highly recommend the BETA version of this important component.
      • Without the Beta version, you won’t get the native resolution for the Reverb at 100% or advanced Reprojection Beta.
    • Install the WMR for SteamVR, then enable the Beta version by Right-Clicking on the App name in your library.
    • Select PROPERTIES
    • Then enable via the BETAS tab.
    • wmr2wmr1
  • SteamVR

These core components will get you started on the setup and tuning to follow.
Additional tools and utilities will be called out as needed in the Initial Settings Section.

There are 5 comments

  1. Philip Kuffner

    I have a question do I need to uninstall the Oculus software when I launch DCS it starts in Oculus not Windows Mixed reality

  2. Thomas Mildenberger

    Hi, it might be worth adding to the prerequisites that not all win10-versions qualify for the reverb. I had a windows10 PRO N (i.e. without support for WMR) and had to reinstall a normal PRO in order to be able to install the Reverb

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