With the recent talk of the VR section of the wiki I want to update it.
In particular I want to make it clear that JME only supports (at best) openVR and that OpenXR should be preferred and is provided by user projects (read: tamarin).
I’ve put in a PR for that here: Add Tamarin into the wiki as a user contribution by richardTingle · Pull Request #174 · jMonkeyEngine/wiki · GitHub
Technically I have merge rights on that repository, but as this is kind of shameless self promotion I wanted to see what other people thought of the proposed change
In my opinion is the sentence
jMonkeyEngine 3 supports several VR specifications, the most modern of those is OpenVR, this is currently a widely supported standard.
a bit strange to read. Would it be better to split it into 2 sentences like
jMonkeyEngine 3 supports several VR specifications. The most modern of those is OpenVR and currently a widely supported standard.
jMonkeyEngine 3 supports several VR specifications. The most modern of those is OpenVR, which is currently a widely supported standard.
Also, the part
Tamarin provides OpenXR fuctionality to enable JMonkey applications to run on VR headsets. It provides full support for the headset, controller actions, haptic feadback and a sample set of vr hands
miss the “n” in “functionality”, has a typo in “feedback”, doesn’t end on a “.” and the “J” of “JMonkey” is written uppercase, while it is written lowercase in the other file.
Thanks, I agree. I’ve made those changes
I got an approval on the PR and people seem happy with it here so I’ve merged it