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Desktop v2.0 and VR head set

Any way to use the features of Desktop v2.0 to use the VR goggles (PS4 VR Goggles work) to create a virtual dual monitor environment? (or more)
I can use the app to make 4 desktops, but I would like to be able to use the VR goggles with side-by-side screens.

Any hints?

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@BrennanMichael-9211

As of today there are no official documents or statements on VR support (I also cross checked this with internal AVD team on the same). You might find guidance on your ask in some community forums.

Also, request you to try asking this on dedicated AVD forum here to get help from Product team.

Hope this helps.


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I am not looking for VR functionality. As the headset is able to display a large single monitor interface, and the motion side to side allows you to see other space, I am looking for a way to bring up a 2nd virtual/software only interface for a desktop. Just as we shift the head side to side to see actuals, I am looking for a software screen created, similar to what the application allows, virtual desktops.

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