Hi As I was looking for a solution past few days and currently it seems like I have found a workaround by myself I would like to share it ... ... maybe someone else has something to add or it will be the initial post of a thread supporting the Pico Neo Link 3 VR headset. Installation: I am not sure about the software which is downloadable at Picos website, but I installed DP Link and DP Assistant, did a factory reset on the headset itself (press and hold power button for more than 10 seconds) and afterwards I configured it by the instructions which can be seen while wearing the headset. Configuring Pico: Beside the standard configuration I decided to switch on "start DP link when DP ink cable is attached" (or something like that ... I am running it in German language). SteamVR: There is nothing special about it - after installing Pico tools and drivers (see above) I installed SteamVR via Steam. Running rF2: I encountered that rF2 seems to be configured once again with the "graphics configuration" tool and at least so I did. Before launching rF2 it seems to be necessary to launch DP Link and to press / click cable connection, then closing it (make sure there is no configuration dialog in the VR headset itself, if so answer with "start DP link") and opening DP assistant. Normally USB and DP connection should light up in green. Also SteamVR will be started and I did not find any option in DP assistant to disable this, so close SteamVR right after it has been opened. Wait for it being closed completely and - I do sometimes - close Steam, too. If so the VR headset will show black / blank screen - start Steam again after a couple of seconds. A click on rFactor 2 should launch SteamVR and some seconds after (I needed to learn to be a bit more patient) rF2 will launch - mirror screen on your monitor if you have configured it with "HMD+mirror" previously. Problems: running other apps like fpsVR which are being started by SteamVR automatically seem to make problems as it delays the start or availability (don't know how to describe) and rF2 will state "no hmd present" or "vr runtime cannot be initialized" Windows updates seem to be problematic; if an update has been applied run the rF2 graphics configuration tool once again ... one time I needed to reinstall DP tools and SteamVR because runtimes were updated by MS while having DP assistant started and SteamVR opens, the Pico controllers may be shown twice / doubled in SteamVR will not work as you expect them to work (but I cannot get rF2 running with DP link started) if VR center button (configured in rF2, default backspace) will not work on the welcome / click to start screen, rf2 needs to be closed and started again (otherwise it will be displayed in a kind of cinema mode without tracking enabled as expected) Tips on the headset: it is not really mentioned by Pico and it is only written on the connector description site in the printed manual of the DP link cable, but a 12 volts power supply (watch polarity!) can be connected (some people guess at least of 1A current) to run the headset by power supply and not by battery for long term sessions Maybe some other people do have better solutions or do know how to avoid that sequence of starting the Pico apps / tools etc. pp. I searched the web last days and there is not that much information as most of the apps could be started while SteamVR already running, which causes an error message with rF2 on my system (rF2 does not support VR ...).