A downloadable prototype for Windows

Built for the Oculus Rift (and Oculus Quests linked to VR-Ready PCs), Health Impact Studio is developing a VR game for medical students and we have the base navigation and movement ready inside a hospital. In addition, we have added on our "dev room" if you can find it! The game was formerly called Quaranteam, but will eventually incorporate our "Lift VR" related name and content-specific interactions.

No VR headset? No problem! There is a file in the download where you can play the game on your PC (look over the keyboard controls below since the game only provides instructions for VR controllers right now).

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Funding Information:

Development of this game was funded by grant #2R44AA026474 from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism at the National Institutes of Health. The contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of NIH. No commercial support is received.


quaranteam-win-4-9.zip 2 GB
Version 8 Sep 28, 2021

Install instructions

This download can be played on:

  •  Oculus Rift
  • Oculus Quest linked to a VR-Ready PC
  • PC (note keyboard instructions below)

For Oculus Rift:

  1. Download and unzip the quaranteam-4-9 zip file. Extract the folder to your desktop.
  2. Launch the "LiftVR.exe" file from within the WindowsNoEditor folder.
  3. The game should automatically appear in your Oculus Rift

For the Oculus Quest

  1. Download and unzip the  quaranteam-4-9 zip file. Extract the folder to your desktop.
  2. Open the Oculus app on your PC.
  3. Turn on your Quest.
  4. Plug your USB 3 cable into a USB 3.0 port on your PC, then plug the other end into your headset.
  5. If you are prompted with ‘Allow access to data’, select Deny.
  6. Next, you’ll be prompted to Enable Oculus Link, select Enable to begin remote rendering via Oculus Link. 
    1. If not prompted, go to settings inside your headset and select Enable Oculus Link there.
  7. Launch the LiftVR.exe file. It may start running on your PC, but should also appear inside your headset.

For PC 

  1. Download and unzip the quaranteam-4-9 zip file. Extract the folder to your desktop (or wherever you want to store the file).
  2. Launch the "LiftVR.exe - For PC" file from within the WindowsNoEditor folder.
  3. Instructions for PC Keyboard Controls
    1. Mouse - look around or aim pointer
    2. WASD - forward, side, and backward movement
    3. E - select item with pointer

Troubleshooting the VR version:

  1. Allow content from unknown sources:
    1. Open the Oculus app on your PC computer.
    2. Select Settings in the left menu.
    3. Select the General tab.
    4. Next to Unknown Sources, adjust the toggle and then confirm to allow content from unknown sources

Troubleshooting the PC version:

Development log