The creator of the Oculus Runtime Utility, a practical tool that allowed us to stop and relaunch the Oculus service (so useful that Oculus itself incorporated that functionality in version 0.41), returns to the load with another application that will allow us to launch the Unity demos and games on our Oculus Rift. Very useful since today many demos work better or worse with certain launch parameters, depending on our hardware.
It is very simple to use, we add the exes of the games, demos and VR applications that we want and we launch them with the options that interest us, and the launch options can be saved. The best? That you can put extended mode without the Oculus being the main one and force it from here, and not go crazy looking sideways through the Oculus to click and search for windows, etc. The latest version includes the option to update automatically when the author releases a new version. As happened with the Oculus service, there will come a day when everything will work automatically in direct mode without the need for external parameters, but today it seems to us an extremely useful tool.