Improve Oculus Go for Home Bound and those with somewhat limited teachnical skills.
Oculus Go can be ideal for those that are homebound, those with limited technical background, and those who suffer from handicaps or financial constraints that preclude them from travel or going to movies or outside recreational activities. Oculus Go is used by some seniors and those homebound, but I feel it could be used by many more if it can be modified so that a family member or caregiver can view and navigate the on line viewing screen for the disabled. If one has limited technological skills, some limitations in cognition, or even if one is paralyzed, he or she would be able to benefit greatly from Oculus Go if the caregiver can navigate the controller from a dual remote either by using a parallel Oculus Go via a network arrangement or via a casting on a computer screen where the care giver can select and choose movies and apps for the bedridden or the handicapped. Children and adults with somewhat limited mental capabilities, those physically disabled that cannot operate the controllers, or those with limited technical dexterity, who would enjoy viewing virtual reality videos could benefit greatly with a dual support interface, so the caregiver can operate the controller on behalf of those with limited capabilities due to mental or physical handicaps. I am an educator and a caregiver, so I know the importance of modifying products to make it more user friendly for those with limited capabilities.