Haptic VR Training Equipment Software user manual

1.Oculus Quest Setup

 

The section is designed to designate the principal software tools to install from the internet and local repositories. The VRBox comes already setup, however this guide can help troubleshoot some of the issues which might appear.

 

1.1.Oculus Quest setup

 

Generally, Oculus OS comes preloaded on the headsets chosen for the VRBox. However, each one of them has a configuration process before starting the for the first time or after a factory reset.

 

1.2.Oculus first time configuration

To start, plug the charging cable into your Oculus Quest 2 Headset and a power source to begin charging it. The charging indicator will turn green once it is fully charged. If you have not already charged your Quest 2, we recommend keeping your headset connected to a power source while it runs the initial updates.

1.3.Facebook account

For Oculus Quest, a Facebook account is required to use your device and apps and the Oculus Store. You can create a Facebook account by tapping Sign Up on the first screen of the device setup process in the Oculus mobile app.

1.4.Adjust your headset fit and view

  1. To start, you'll want to gently adjust the lenses by shifting them left, then right, until they click into the position that allows you to see what's on the screen most clearly (in position 1, 2 or 3).

  2. Next, adjust the side straps. To do this, move the two sliders on either side of the top strap.

    • To loosen the side straps, move the sliders towards the top strap. To tighten the side straps, move the sliders away from the top strap.

    • After you have moved the sliders, re-center the top strap between the sliders so that the two sides are equal, and the top strap is centered on your head when you put the headset on.

    • Bear in mind that you will need to remove the headset from your head to re-adjust the side straps with the sliders.

  3. Place the headset on your head, then remove it and make any additional adjustments to the side straps as needed.

  4. Once you have got the side straps set, put your headset back on and adjust the top strap. You can adjust the top strap by pulling apart the Velcro and re-attaching it so that your Quest 2 rests lightly on your face and the picture is clear.

  5. You can fine-tune your headset fit and clarity by gently moving the firm arms on either side of your Quest 2 up and down to adjust the angle of the headset against your face.

Once your headset has been adjusted, follow the instructions in VR and in the Oculus mobile app to complete the setup process.

1.5.Enable Developer Mode

  • Tap Settings (bottom-right) on the Oculus app (Android/iOS)

  • Select your connected Quest from the device list and connect to it.

  • Tap More Settings which appears below your Quest in the device list.

  • Tap Developer Mode.

  • Tap the switch to enable developer mode.

1.6.Oculus Quest Elite Battery Strap

When you use the Elite strap with battery on your Quest 2, the main battery status indicators such as the LED on the side of your headset, and the main battery level shown in your headset, will show the combined battery level of your Quest 2 and Elite strap with battery. If you select the headset power icon in VR, it will show you a more detailed view of the battery status with separate charge levels for the internal headset battery and Elite strap battery.

In addition to monitoring the color of the LED on your Quest 2, you can also see battery levels in VR:

In your headset in the universal toolbar, you will see the combined level of your headset with your Elite strap with battery. You will know that you are seeing the combined battery level when your headset icon is replaced by your headset with Elite strap + battery icon. You can also hover over the icon to see a breakdown of battery levels for your headset and Elite strap + battery.

2.Casting setup

 

After the initial setup, there are three ways to cast the VR content from the Oculus headset:

  • Casting directly from the headset to a Chromecast device

  • Casting from an Android/iOS/Ipad device associated with the Oculus Quest headset via the Oculus app to a Chromecast

  • Casting from the Android/iOS/Ipad device associated with the Oculus Quest headset via the Oculus app directly in the app

 

Requirements

  • A Chromecast device.

  • Latest version of the Google Home app .

  • Latest version of Google app  (Android only. Download it here).

  • A Google account.

  • A display device with an HDMI input, for example, a high-definition television (HDTV)

  • A mobile device or tablet.

  • An internet connection.

  • Access to a secure wireless network. Make sure you have the wireless network password handy.

 

2.1.Chromecast setup

 

Step 1: Plug in your Chromecast device

Plug Chromecast into your TV, then connect the USB power cable to your Chromecast. Plug either the other end of the USB power cable into an open USB port on your TV OR into the included power adapter which you will then plug into a power outlet.

Note: Only use the provided AC adapter.

Step 2: Connect your Chromecast device.

Double check that the Chromecast and the mobile device or tablet you are using to set up Chromecast with are both on the same Wi-Fi network.

Step 3: Download the Google Home app

On your mobile device or tablet, download the Google Home app .

Step 4: Set up Chromecast

Follow these simple Chromecast setup instructions.

 

2.2.How to start casting from your phone

 

Casting an Oculus Quest to a Chromecast allows you to share your VR experience with friends and family in a living room. Games like Beat Saber being cast to a TV can take over a room and create an energetic party atmosphere. Thanks to a recent update, the Oculus Quest can cast to a wide range of devices, including the 3rd Gen Chromecast.

  1. Open the Oculus app on iOS or Android.

  2. Tap the cast icon in the upper right-hand corner (right next to the bell icon).

  3. Select your Oculus Quest (any supported devices will show up on this list).

  4. Select Your Chromecast device in the "Cast To" menu.

  5. Tap start.

Once you have connected, the Oculus Quest will cast to your TV through your Chromecast.

 

2.3.How to start casting from your headset

 

You can initiate casting directly from the headset. You do not need to use your phone to cast your Oculus Quest to a device like a Chromecast or Chromecast TV.

  1. Go to the Oculus Quest Home screen on your headset.

  2. Select Sharing.

  3. Select Cast.

  4. Select the Device that you want to cast to.

 

  1. Select Next.

  2. You may need to select Start Casting on your target device depending on what device you are casting to.

 

2.4.How to cast your Oculus Quest to a phone

 

While the Oculus Quest can cast to a TV, it also has the handy ability to cast to a phone. This is a nice option for anyone who does not have a supported Chromecast device or that only wants to share their Oculus Quest with one device.

The steps for this are practically identical to casting to a Chromecast. You simply select "This Phone" instead of any other device as a casting target. Make sure that your phone and your Oculus Quest are on the same wireless network before starting this process.

  1. Open the Oculus app.

  2. Tap the cast icon in the upper right-hand corner (right next to the bell icon).

  3. Select your Oculus Quest (any supported devices will show up on this list).

  4. Select This Phone in the "Cast to" menu.

  5. Tap start.

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2.Router setup

 

2.1.Requirements for Operation

 

To connect and use the router for internet sharing, you must have the following:

•Micro SIM card with internet access enabled.

•PC with an active Ethernet Adapter and an Ethernet cable with RJ45 connectors.

•Web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Apple Safari.

 

2.2.Position Your 4G LTE Router

 

With the router, you can access your network from anywhere within the wireless network coverage. However, the wireless signal strength and coverage vary depending on the actual environment where your router is in. Many obstacles may limit the range of the wireless signal, for example, concrete structures, thickness and number of walls.

For your security and best Wi-Fi performance, please:

•Do not locate the router in the place where it will be exposed to moisture or excessive heat.

•Keep away from strong electromagnetic radiation source and electromagnetic-sensitive devices.

•Place the router in a location where it can be connected to the various devices as well as to a power source.

•Place the router in a location where it can receive a strong mobile internet signal.

•Make sure the cables and power cord are safely placed out of the way so they do not create a tripping hazard.

  • Tips: The router can be placed on a shelf or desktop.

 

2.3.Connect Your 4G LTE Router

 

Follow the steps below to connect your router.

1.Install the antennas and position them upwards.

2.Insert the Micro SIM card into the slot until you hear a click.

3.Connect the power adapter and push in the POWER ON/OFF button to turn on the router. The power source shall be near the device and shall be easily accessible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.4.Connect your computer to the router.

 

Method 1: Wired

Connect your computer’s Ethernet port to one of the LAN ports on the router via an Ethernet cable.

Method 2: Wirelessly

Use the default SSID (Wireless Network Name) and Wireless Password printed on the product label of the router to connect wirelessly.

Method 3: Use the WPS button

Wireless devices that support WPS, including Android phones, tablets, most USB network cards, can be connected to your router through this method. (WPS is not supported by iOS devices.)

Note:

The WPS function cannot be configured if the wireless function of the router is disabled. Also, the WPS function will be disabled if your wireless encryption is WEP. Please make sure the wireless function is enabled and is configured with the appropriate encryption before configuring the WPS.

1 )Tab the WPS icon on the device’s screen.

2 )Immediately press the WPS button on your router.

3 )The Wi-Fi LED flashes for about 2 minutes during the WPS process.

4 )When the Wi-Fi LED is on, the client device has successfully connected to the router.

 

3.5.Router administration

 

With a web management page, it is easy to configure and manage the 4G LTE Router. The web management page can be used on any Windows, Macintosh or UNIX OS with a Web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Apple Safari.

Follow the steps below to log in to your router.

1.If the TCP/IP Protocol on your computer is set to the static (fixed) IP address, you need to change its settings to obtain an IP address automatically. Refer to FAQ to configure your computer.

2.Launch a web browser and type in http://tplinkmodem.net or http://192.168.1.1. Set a strong password using 1-32 characters and click Let’s Get Started.

 

 

  • Note: For subsequent logins, use your password that you have created.

 

3.6.Internet connection

 

1.Visit http://tplinkmodem.net, and log in with the password or your TP-Link ID.

2.Click Quick Setup, after configuring your time zone, confirm the parameters with the information provided by your ISP in the SIM part and click Next.

 

 

 

 

Note:

1.Quick Setup is not available if your SIM card is locked. Unlock your SIM card according to the prompt.

2.It is recommended to enable Smart Connect to enjoy a seamless connection between dual-band networks. With Smart Connect enabled, the router’s 2.4GHz and 5GHz share the same SSID (network name) and password.

3.Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.

Note:

2.The router supports two operation modes, 3G/4G Router Mode and Wireless Router mode. If you already have a modem or your internet comes via an Ethernet cable from the wall, you can set up the router as a regular wireless router to share the internet.

 

3.7.PIN Management

 

PIN (Personal Identification Number) is used to protect the SIM card from embezzlement. PIN Management allows you to easily change the PIN settings of your SIM card as needed.

Follow the steps below to change your PIN settings.

1.Visit http://tplinkmodem.net, and log in with the password or your TP-Link ID.

2.Go to Advanced > Network > PIN Management page.

 

 

 

•SIM Card Status - Displays the status of your SIM card.

•PIN Lock - Toggle on to enable PIN Lock. Once it is enabled, every time you start the router with this SIM card inserted, you need to enter the PIN.

•Auto-unlock PIN - When the PIN is required upon router restarting or inserting a SIM card, it will be validated automatically, saving you the trouble to enter the PIN each time you start the router or insert a SIM card. If validation failed, you need to enter the PIN on this page.

•PIN - Enter the PIN to unlock the SIM card. It consists of 4-8 digits.

•PUK - PIN Unlocked Key, also known as Personal Unlock Code (PUC), is used to reset a PIN that has been lost or forgotten. The PUK is a SIM-specific code assigned by the service provider. You need to enter the PUK after 3 incorrect login attempts of PIN. Contact your service provider if you do not know the PUK. It consists of 8 digits.

•New PIN - Enter 4-8 digits to reset the PIN of your SIM card.

•Remaining Attempts - Shows how many attempts are left for you to try entering the PIN or PUK. You have only 3 attempts for entering the PIN and 10 attempts for entering the PUK. If you accidentally fail in 3 attempts, the SIM card will be locked, and you will be required to enter the PUK that is written on your SIM card.

3.Click Save to save the settings.

The following two images show the interface in Basic/Advanced modes once connected.

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