TButt v1.1.0 is now available! This release includes the platform services update, which gives you the option to use TButt for cross platform entitlement checks and achievements with services like Oculus Platform and Steamworks.
New in v1.1.0
- Services system. Check out the services documentation for more information on setup and usage.
- Reworked input demo scene.
Fixes and improvements since v1.0.0
- Improved Oculus Rift S compatibility. Locked timestep will be based on 80hz instead of 90hz when Rift S is detected (and this has been fixed to accommodate unknown future hardware with different refresh rates as well).
- Oculus Quest and Rift S controllers are now reported as
TBInput.GetControllerModel(). The original Touch controllers for Oculus Rift resolve as
- Added haptics support for Windows Mixed Reality on WSA apps when using Unity 2018.1 or newer.
- Improved visual feedback for what controller types are enabled / disabled in the Input Settings window.
- Fixed bug where camera could spawn outside of tracking volume.
- Fixed some issues when using TButt with Unity 2017.1.
Possible breaking changes
OculusQuestControllerare still offered, but are now deprecated and replaced with
OculusTouchV2respectively. The new design of Oculus Touch controllers for Rift S resolve as
OculusTouchV2with this update (whereas they were not distinguished from old Touch controllers before).
- Rift S is now reported as
TBCore.GetActiveHeadset(), instead of
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