The Alloverse is very early in development, so things don’t work very well. If you still want to try it out, follow these instructions.
- Download the Alloverse Installer on the right.
- When Windows says the installer is not trusted, click “more info” and then “run anyway”.
- Follow the instructions in the installer.
- You can now launch Alloverse from your Start menu.
- Download the disk image on the right.
- Open the “dmg” file (disk image)
- From this disk image, drag the Alloverse app to the shortcut to your Applications folder
- From your Applications folder, you can now double-click to run Alloverse.
- We strongly recommend that you install Alloverse with SideQuest
- If you haven’t used it before, check out the SideQuest setup page to get started
Oculus Quest (Manual installation)
If SideQuest doesn’t work for you, you can install Alloverse onto your Quest manually like this:
- Download and unzip the latest build
- Make sure your headset is in “developer mode” by following the official instructions
- Download and install Android Debug Bridge (ADB) by following these instructions
- Using a USB cable, connect your Oculus Quest to your computer and turn the headset on
- On your computer, open a terminal window and install Alloverse with the
adb install [alloverse-filename].apkcommand
- Alloverse should now be available to run in the “Unknown sources” section of the Quest’s library
Pico Neo 2
Same as Oculus Quest (manual), except you don’t have to put your Pico in development mode first.
Next: Creating an account and hosting your Place
At this point, we would instruct you to create an account and host your own Place. However, we haven’t gotten that far yet, so all you can do is join “Nevyn’s Place”.
Finally: Try some apps
We wish we had an app directory here. Then, you could tap these links to get some sample apps into your new classroom or meeting room. Stay tuned!