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Azure Remote Rendering support coming to Meta Quest 2 and Meta Quest Pro

Microsoft Azure Remote Rendering

Azure Remote Rendering service allows developers to render high-quality interactive 3D content and stream it to devices like Microsoft HoloLens 2 or desktops/laptops in real time. Today, Microsoft announced the public preview of Azure Remote Rendering for Meta Quest 2 and Meta Quest Pro VR headsets. Since Azure Remote Rendering makes use of hybrid rendering, developers can seamlessly deliver both cloud and locally rendered content.

To try out this new support, you can follow the updated guide for building for Meta Quest. Existing Azure Remote Rendering users can leverage the same storage and Remote Rendering accounts.

Azure Remote Rendering (ARR) is a service that enables you to render high-quality, interactive 3D content in the cloud and stream it in real time to devices.

Some Microsoft partners are already using Meta Quest support in Azure Remote Rendering.

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