How To Take Screenshot on VR Oculus Quest 2

An article to know About VR Oculus Quest 2

 

If you do something epic on your new Oculus Quest 2 [or original Quest] it is incredibly easy to take a screenshot to share with friends. Here is a solution how to take capture a screenshot in your VR Oculus Quest 2 headset.

Taking a screenshot on your Oculus Quest 2 is almost as easy as taking one on a smartphone just Simply hold down the Oculus Quest button [which looks like an oval icon] on the right Quest controller and then press the trigger on either controller.

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Once the screenshot has been taken, you will hear a screenshot sound [similar to a camera shutter sound] that you have likely heard on other devices. You will also get a notification confirming that the screenshot has been captured by Oculus Quest.

If the first method does not work for you, do not worry there is a second more difficult way to take a screenshot of Oculus Quest.

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Start by opening the operating system menu by pressing the Oculus button on your right controller. From there then select the [Sharing tab from the bottom taskbar]

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Then select the [Take Photo button] You will see a small red dot appear and blink for five seconds Once the countdown is finished, a screenshot will be taken clear.

If you are unsure how to see those screenshots then navigate to the home menu by pressing the Oculus button on your Oculus controller then Select the [Sharing tab and to take a screenshot Now / then instead of selecting [Take Photo and choose “View All.”]

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From this here you can view all the screenshots you have taken.

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With a screenshot selected you can then share it or delete the image for your own needs.

 

some talks about Refresh-Rate, Frame-Rate, and VR Presence

 

The real world has no refresh rate Well if we are being pedantic surely a theoretical physicist will bring up something about string theory vibrations or some other related idea that is beyond the scope of an article about VR Oculus Quest 2 The point is that for purposes the real world happens in real-time.

Our perception of the real world is not quite in real-time and we do not have the bandwidth to process all the detail that is there but likewise, for the sake of argument here you perceive reality as a continuous flow of sensory information Our vision is analog, not chopped up into digital slices the way a computer game is With the rise of modern VR Oculus Quest it became apparent that the concept of [presence] was important to make it a transformational experience You achieve presence when you can fool the user’s brain into feeling as if they are present in the virtual world rather than their real-world location. for more information check online

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