According to a recent entry on the official Oculus blog, the team has plans to allow sculptures from Oculus Medium (2016) to be placed into Home spaces. Customisation is already the central feature of the new Home, which makes up a key component of Rift Core 2.0, the underlying platform for Rift and Touch currently in beta.
“We’ll be adding tons of new content throughout the year, including new items and decorations built by the community,” writes Nate Mitchell, Head of Rift at Oculus. “We’ll also make it easy to bring your own content, like Medium sculptures, into Home in 2018.”
This brief mention of Medium in the first ‘Dev Diary’ for Rift Core 2.0 is about all we have to go on; it’s a logical step to allow user-created content in personal Home spaces. The team will continue to add decorative and interactive objects into the beta, and some games already provide physical trophies for displaying your achievements, in much the same way as SteamVR Home. Bringing Medium support could open the floodgates to much deeper personalisation, particularly if the sculpts can be scaled to any size, but that remains to be seen.