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Migrate VR API from SteamVR's OpenVR to OpenXR


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OpenXR is something we are looking into but I do not have any news to share with you currently. 

 

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I know you have no news to share with us, but maybe these news shared with you and the team might be helpful: https://store.steampowered.com/news/app/250820/view/3044967019267211914

 

tl;dr: SteamVR 1.16 brings full OpenXR compliance into SteamVR. Since Oculus also does that, you could start migrating to OpenXR and only have to maintain 1 API instead of the current 2 (SteamVR and Oculus). That would also be super helpful for the people running WMR headsets since the performance gain should be substantial by just utilizing OpenXR alone (WMR via SteamVR copies the framebuffer between the 2, not the most elegant solution). 

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