He visto esto de aqui en Reddit... parece una chapuza-locura, pero si alguien quiere probar... es para simplemente jugar a través de Virtua Desktop a juegos FPS cambiando el movimiento de la vista con ratón por el movimiento del ratón sumando además la vista centrada a la cabeza de Virtua Desktop (o sea que la pantalla gigante se mueva con tu cabeza también), incluso dicen que se puede mezclar con Natural Locomotion para moverse...
Lo dicho, me suena una chapuza-locura que puede que sea un mareo de cojones, no es VR ni nada, simplemente es para jugar en streaming a FPS de una forma más "inmersiva", si alguien quiere probarlo y su estomago lo aguanta, que lo comente por aqui que tal es el resultado, os dejo el comentario de Reddit (que a su vez viene de un comentario en una review de Virtua Desktop en alguna tienda):
"Amazing- enables wireless FPS gameplay First, as some others have noted, it needs to be said that this is a solid app that allows you to remotely use your computer for VR, including PCs which are technically below hardware recommendations for VR but are still serviceable, such as my Valve Steam Machine (roughly a Nvidia GTX 1050 or GTX 950 by some measures but the integrated graphics chip on the unit says only "NVIDIA GeForce Graphics," internally). The USB ports were not at all transferring video when a Link cable was attached to the Quest 2 so I thought all hope was lost but, here again, Virtual Desktop allows for a true (and smooth) wireless PCVR connection over wifi, and standing in the same room as my router makes all the difference.
Now, a discovery I just made two days ago is this: Virtual Desktop allows for any PC game with a first-person viewpoint to be played by looking around, naturally, through the Quest 2. I am working on a much more professional guide to put out into the wild, but for the time being this will suffice: you need Virtual Desktop to handle the wireless connection to your Windows PC and emulate an XBOX controller for controlling menus, etc. VD is the only software that will actually be running on your Quest for this. Download Steam, SteamVR (via Steam), and a free program called OpenTrackallows you to control an "emulated" mouse cursor with your HMD (your Quest 2). Another free program called CursorUS (or a similar "mouse looper" program) allows the cursor to "continue" past the edge of your computer screen while playing (may count as "cheating" in online FPS games, mind you, so be mindful of that). In combination, Virtual Desktop allows you to play "pancake," non-VR games that are controlled by a mouse, only by glancing around with your head. The emulated XBOX controller will let you move around but an app like Natural Locomotion or VRocker will make PCVR still more natural (both on Steam, latter more recommended for me). Good luck (and don't launch these games through SteamVR- launch them through the normal SteamVR interface and play them at full screen on your PC (Virtual Desktop will take it from there).
Final tips: Enable head-look in Virtual Desktop by hovering your Touch controller's "cursor" just above the top of the Virtual Desktop screen. Click the head-lock option and disable the "head-lock" motion delay in VD's options. This, combined with an HMD-controlled mouse (enabled by OpenTrack) means that when you look up physically, you also look up in Portal 2 or Amnesia, and (mouse sensitivity settings perhaps a factor) see what you should were you actually in the gameworld.
All enabled-wirelessly- by Virtual Desktop and OpenTrack. Buy this app if you own a PC: it is essential software for your Quest 2."