Pin window to Touch controller
currently, desktop windows seem to be pinned to the real playspace area.
when playing shooters, this gets in the way :/
Joe Cabezas - really good idea!
Just copying the capabilities of stuff like DailyOVR or OVRdrop would be enough really.
Maybe to a headset also
We really need option to pin i.e. twitch chat to the "wrist" while at the same time there would be normal pin for the other screens/windows' so one can i.e. adjust streaming software easily.
Jake Tepper commented
I really need this to follow twitch chat while playing more open world style games!
JJ Markham commented
Let's show a little more love to this suggestion. The concept works well for a certain program on SteamVR, but performance suffers because, well, SteamVR. Having the option natively so we can manage with Oculus games would be wonderful.
Inferno Digital commented
dude, I'd love to be able to pin a screen to the top of my wrist like a watch! OoO
Michael Walz commented
This is a really cool idea. Maybe have it pin to hand, with a button on the window to collapse/expand it? Or minimize to dash?
Jeff C (jeffsfolio) commented
There are many streamers who use hacks for the Vive and Oculus Rift when using Steam VR but there is nothing for those of us using the Oculus game center. Those of us who stream need to keep track of our chat's without the chat imposing itself into the game or creative (quill) space. Being able to flip ones wrist to show the pinned window would be perfect as it is out of the way until one needs to view the window.
Also, being able to tune the window while in whatever game one is playing is a must. Tuning the scale, opacity, relative locations, crop, and tint.
Thank you for listening.
Paul Lemos Barnes commented
Having the sticky grid on hand to place a screen we insane. Maybe have a toggle command?
Joe Cabezas commented
pretty much pin any window to any position relative to any hand, and make it a single sided rectangle so we can attach it backwards to not interrupt any game, but allowing us to turn our wrists to check the back of the rectangle and see the content
Richard Craig commented
I totally agree with the wrist idea! ****, just give us Aki's wrist computer from FF: Spirits Within!
I just pin the window directly above my head and look up if I want to see it.
Jerry Rapp commented
I would love for oculus to make a notification api that renders on the inside of your wrist.
Or perhaps pin to HMD as an option as well.
Micheal Rossiter commented
This could work. basically the windows would become a wristwatch