Meta Quest 3 Vertical Stand Dock

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Meta Quest 3 Vertical Stand Dock

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Here is a Meta Quest 3 version of my Apple Vision Pro stand. Please boost if you enjoy it!

 

Changes include:

 

- Spots for docking your controllers in the base. This both acts as a counterweight as the stand no longer has a need for a battery slot like the Vision Pro stand, and serves as a handy place to set your controllers. Set them down and they settle into the carved out grooves very satisfyingly
- Top "pringle" that the headset rests on is slightly tweaked in width and height/amplitude to better nestle the Quest 3
- So as to easily differentiate it form the Vision Pro stand if you have both side by side, I added a subtle design on the top pringle mimicking the Meta Quest 3's front sensor array. Fun fact: it's the exact same size and spacing!
- Moved dowel/rod more toward center of stand, which allows for better compatibility with the Quest's headband style
- Removed cable organizer as there are no cables to organize!

As before, you can use any kind of 3/4" (18.5mm) dowel to add a splash of customizability, from walnut to maple to copper to steel, or the download also just includes a 3D printable dowel.

 

Hope you enjoy it! The base's size is unchanged from the Vision Pro's and the pringle is very similar, so if you're fortunate enough to have both a Vision Pro and Quest 3 both stands should look very nice next to each other.

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thank you so much
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My pleasure :D
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This stand looks so good, any chance you can share your process. I need one for my Quest 2 for my daughter's bedroom.
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I model in Fusion 360! Process wise I just start with simple shapes, watch a lot of YouTube videos, and try to sculpt them into what I'm looking for, with a lot of custom parameters powering things so I can easily tweak them over time, since things rarely work the first try!
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Does it touch the lens at all?
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It does not touch the lens, it just sits on the part that touches your face so the lenses are a few inches away. But it does cover them pretty well from direct sunlight or other intrusion
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Thanks for our work, does it need support?
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It does not!
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