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One the most frequent requests from Oculus Rift users is the ability to search for apps on Oculus Home, a basic but missing tool in the Oculus virtual reality environment — until now. 

A new update, only available to some users right now, offers a search feature called Oculus Voice. 

Currently, for most users, when you put on the Rift headset and open Oculus Home, you’re forced to scroll through dozens of apps, page by page, a time-consuming process that doesn’t encourage exploration of the Oculus store.

But a demonstration of the new Oculus Voice feature, from a user who first surfaced the feature on Reddit, shows the ability to handle a number of Oculus Home functions beyond search.  Read more…

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