As part of the Virtual Reality Conference, I’ve got a new guide to help you avoid the untimey death of a virtual pet.
You know the drill.
I’ve created this guide as a way to give you the tools you need to get back to your VR life and not to be left behind.
It’s a guide that’ll walk you through the basics of using the Oculus Rift DK2, including how to use the Touch controllers and other VR peripherals to control your virtual pet, as well as how to get your virtual pets to interact.
Before we get started, you’ll need an Oculus Rift or DK2.
Oculus recommends the DK2 with a compatible headset, but the Rift will work just fine with any other compatible headset.
I used an Oculus version 2 with a $80 Oculus Touch Controller, and that headset will work as well.
You’ll also need an HTC Vive headset.
If you’re looking for a more affordable option, you can use an HTC One.
I recommend using an HTC VIVE headset with an HTC M9 controller, and I use the Vive Pro to control the Vive virtual pets.
Here’s what you need:You’ll need a VR headset with a standard USB port.
I personally recommend using the HTC Vive, as it’s the best headset for VR.
It also supports a number of headsets, including Oculus Rift, HTC Vive Pro, and Sony’s PlayStation VR.
You can find a variety of headsets for different prices.
You should also have an HDMI cable with a cable management tool.
This will allow you to stream your VR video to your computer, your TV, or a smartphone for easy sharing.
If not, you could just plug in a USB stick and start streaming.
I had mine with a small USB cable, but you can find any USB cable with enough length for a standard-size headset.
You may also want to add a USB-to-HDMI adapter to your PC.
This is especially useful if you’re working from a laptop, as the VR video can get pretty janky after a while.
You could also use a USB dongle, but that might be a bit of a hassle if you have a lot of peripherals and cables.
A USB cable is great for just grabbing some USB storage devices.
I’ll show you how to do this later, but in the meantime, grab a USB flash drive and get started.
You won’t need a USB cable if you use the HTC One’s wireless charging feature.
The HTC One comes with a USB charging cable, so grab that.
Next, plug the USB dongs into your PC, and open up the USB-drive utility to connect the two devices.
Once you’re connected, you need a virtual network interface card to make your VR pet work.
This card will be a part of your virtual network.
It’ll be connected to your headset, and it’ll be able to read your real network interface.
It will have your IP address, so you can start streaming your VR videos to it.
You might also want some other peripherals that you might need for your VR environment, such as a mouse or gamepad.
For example, a controller with a Bluetooth controller will be fine.
You also need a headset, as I mentioned above.
A headset with headphones will make things more convenient, as your virtual companion won’t be able hear you talking through the headset.
Lastly, you will need a camera, so that you can record your VR experiences.
I usually don’t use a headset unless I’m playing something like a game.
I just want to record what I’m seeing and hear myself.
You need a high-quality camera for VR, because you won’t see what your real eyes see and hear.
You will also need to be able a camera with a built-in microphone, so the VR pet will hear your conversations, but not your own.
You can also purchase a VR pet, but this is a bit tricky.
For this guide, I’m using a virtual Pet that I found on Amazon.com.
Amazon says that the virtual Pet comes with two different versions, and one of them is compatible with the Oculus version of the headset, the Rift DK1.
However, I found the other version of that Pet to be incompatible with the Rift version of VR.
I tried both versions of the Pet, and both of them worked fine, but I ended up going with the virtual version of Pet over the Oculus one.
So I was really happy when I found this Pet on Amazon, because it’s pretty darn close to the Oculus headset version of my virtual pet for a fraction of the price.
I tried a few different virtual pets, but it seemed like the Oculus pet seemed to be a lot easier to use than the other two.
The Oculus pet works just like any other pet, and you can interact with it by simply touching it and moving your head.
You don’t have to be very careful, because if you don’t move your head too