Just wanted to say happy Thanksgiving to everyone.
And happy Thankgiving as well!
That’s a good looking turkey
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I’m gonna try doing some design work using an Oculus quest 2 later on, should be pretty funny
How do you do that???
Um yeah…that’s what I want to know, too.
And the same to you!
We just finished our feast a little while ago, everyone is gone and the kitchen cleaning is done. Tried something new this year: everything was deboned. I had a breast on one side and two thigh/leg combos on the other. It was the best turkey I’ve ever had! Used my new steam oven.
And homemade Japanese milk rolls:
Happy Thanksgiving all!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! It was a lovely day with family and friends.
The perfect topper is reading the forum and relaxing.
Happy thanksgiving everyone. I made a custom spoon for everyone foe the occasion. And noodles.
And a customize board foe the bird.
Thinking of you all today…and giving thanks…for many things and you all are among those.
Omigosh, Marion…you sure are the one with good looking…and I’m sure good tasting, food. Lovely spread there. Did you make the ‘turkey’ charcuterie board, too?
Happy Thanksgiving to all! Love the Mizzou board!
So it’s slightly complicated and involves a bunch of programs between the Oculus and the PC, but basically it loads from the PC and Oculus loads it into the virtual desktop and then steam pushes it through to the Oculus. There may also be a few extra plugins I need to download I’m a bit shot for today
INteresting! Can’t wait to hear more about this! This would be a new level of interesting for GF and Oculus.
Deboned! Great idea! A new steam oven…hmmm that sounds like the path to tastyville! Nice!
Happy Thanksgiving! We had a great family and friends Thanksgiving with plaecards courtesy of glowforge and @pinkfishfrog. I am thankful for all of you that have made this first year of learning how to use my so much fun.
So it’s not quite as intuitive as I hoped, it’s still fun though and slightly challenging. It would be better if inkscape, Illustrator or Corel draw had a VR capable application for editing in