At the Meta (Facebook) Connect 2021 conference, the company announced that “GTA: San Andreas” will land on the Quest 2 VR headset. To ensure a safer gaming experience, the company today (November 3) announced the latest software feature updates on the Quest and Quest 2 headsets.The most important of these updates is the system called Space Sense, which can warn the user of any foreign objects that invade the set space in real time when the user uses the headset.
The update is designed to protect the safety of users and other people and objects in the home. Considering that pets and children often break in when players use VR, this update can remind users of their presence. Oculus official website states that the Space Sense function can detect people, large pets (small pets like cats and small dogs are not), and other objects that may enter the VR area. Oculus said these things will be highlighted in the headset and “surrounded by pink light.”
This software update is the 34th update of the Oculus Quest host system. In addition to the Space Sense function, it also adds a series of new voice commands. Android app notifications will also be displayed in the headset.