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Streaming from the Meta Quest 2 & Meta Quest Pro to a display device

There are several ways you can see what the person in the glasses sees. It is important that both the glasses and the display device are on the same WiFi network. There are the following three possibilities:

A. Mobile or tablet with the Meta Quest App


To do this, open the Meta Quest App on your mobile device and log in with the same Meta Account you use for Meta Quest.

Streaming to mobile phones or tablets

B. Computer with Internet browser (Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge only)


Open the browser on your computer and go to https://www.oculus.com/casting and log in with your Meta Account. If it does not work try to reload the browser (F5 key).

Streaming to the Internet browser

C. TV with Google Chromecast


If you have a TV with Google Chromecast, the glasses can stream to this display device. It is important that the Google Chromecast is also on the same WiFi network as the Meta Quest glasses. Here you can find more information about the Google Chromecast

Streaming to the TV with Chromecast

Let's go!


If you have one of the three display devices and have opened it according to the instructions above, you are now ready to set up the Meta Quest. In the main menu (which you can access with the Oculus button on the right controller), a selection menu appears. There you can directly start streaming in the upper area, where the currently running HEGIAS app is displayed:

1. Select the stream button

2. Select display device to stream

Are you using a different VR glass? Have a look at the main support article where streaming from other VR glasses is explained: VR Streaming

Updated on: 09/01/2023

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