The metaverseis an immersive, shared virtual world that is created by the combination of virtual, augmented and mixed realities meet.
It is ironic that the majority of virtual reality platforms that claim to be the metaverse are 3D worlds only accessible on 2D screens.
Decentraland isn’t an exception being developed with three-dimensional rendering technology, it’s only available to those with computers that are moderate to high-end.
The decentraland ecosystem revolves around the integration of blockchain and this is accompanied by various forms of difficulties in the development of an augmented physical equivalent version.
There’s an alpha version of decentraland on the Oculus Quest 2. (meta quest) headset.
This article provides a summary of decentraland VR, and explores the steps needed to get access to decentraland using the Oculus quest two headsets.
Without further delay Let’s begin.
Quick Review of Decentraland VR
The Decentralization of VR is the first step to create a truly immersive VR experience that goes beyond the screen of a computer.
Byldr is a non-code application builder that allows you to create immersive experiences using VR and AR, is the main developer of this initiative.
In December 2021 Sean Ong from Byldr made an proposal to the decentral and DAO to receive a grant to enhance the AR and VR experience of decentraland.
Byldr suggested that decentraland VR be built which would allow users to explore and experience the decentraland experience on AR and VR headsets.
They also suggested integrating Byldr as an extension that would allow creators to create interactive experiences by immersing themselves in virtual reality. They also suggested exporting these experiences to decentralization.
Following the successful vote on the decentraland DAO The grant was given to Byldr to help kick-start the project.
The initial Beta version Decentraland VR; was created in April 2022. its most current update came out in May 2022. The update was followed by numerous iterations and changes.