I finally got around to updating Dolphin VR for CV1 and SDK 1.3.
It still has some bugs, for example the mirror window isn’t working on Direct3D yet. And I’m not even sure that Opcode Replay mode is working correctly. And I have not pulled the last several months of Dolphin updates, so it is not current with master. And some things may be hardcoded for DK2, like Metroid Prime visors, and haven’t been fixed.
Before you can run applications (like Dolphin VR) outside Oculus Home, you need to have Unknown Sources enabled. In the Oculus app window, click on the cog > Settings > General > Unknown Sources.
You will need to rip your GameCube or Wii games to your hard-drive or USB stick, because most optical drives can’t read them directly. If you have a Wii or a Wii U (it doesn’t need to be modded) and an external hard-drive or USB memory stick, then you can install homebrew channel and use it to dump games. See tutorials online for how to dump games for Dolphin.
Not all games work. Some work almost perfectly, and some are unplayable. Some games have Hide Object Codes and AR Cheat Codes to make them work better in VR, which you can find by right clicking a game in your game list in dolphin and choosing properties, then going to those tabs.
Don’t forget to set your Graphics, VR, and Controller options.
I’ve only tested this on DK2. CV1 probably works.
Vive might or might not work. The Vive controllers aren’t implemented yet.
Razer Hydra works (and can be used as a Nunchuk+Wiimote) but the button mapping is hardcoded, and you can’t see your hands yet.