Option to rotate world 90deg. in such a way that you can lie on your back (e.g. in bed) and be standing upright in the VR world.
having oq2 for 3 days n since second day i miss ths option n googling "how to". very sad it doesnt work. walk the tokio, nyc, dubai 360 ,but see only sky n ceilings. please add tht option.
Wow, I never would have purchased if I knew ahead of time that the viewing screen could not be easily adjusted. I have chronic pain and need to lay in bed. My neck is killing bc I have to look down to watch apps.
May I suggest - since clearly we all want this.
But there are not enough of 'us' to push this.
We need to make this an Americans with Disabilities issue
Free people bedridden or alternatively abled to use VR.
It's a perfect match.
I agree that a play laying down option would be great.
please make shifting to 90 degrees possible
Geoffrey Badgley commented
It would be better if we could adjust the degree of rotation
Alan Ussher commented
After recent spinal surgery, it would be very useful to be able to orient the initial guardian setup panel like we can reorient the main control panel etc - or make it relative to the direction the headset is facing as opposed to a set location. I’ve been suffering from a spinal condition and am now post op and trying to care for my neck. It’s an inconvenience to not be able to do EVERYTHING from a laying position without having to move. If I put the headset on laying down. I have to sit up or crane my neck just to create a guardian, then I can reorient the control/ browser windows, but can’t reorient the aspect of most apps. Luckily Gravity Sketch can be used laying down. Please implement a reorient view function to accomodate people with mobility and pain issues - please please !!! Thankyou
Why is this not a thing? Can't work laying down all the keyboards are oriented for standing
Would be great for family members with medical conditions that make it difficult for them to stand or sit.
You can kind of do this already if you use the PC Link. Within Steam VR there's an app called "OVR advanced settings" - it allows to rotate the playspace temporarily (will reset the next time you launch Steam VR)
A true, PC independent, solution on the Q2 would be great.
PLS OCULUS ADD THIS
We should be able to rotate the world and it’s z axis at anytime with the oculus button. It’s kinda working with some app, but rotating the z axis in game is vital for that device to be useful otherwise than standing up!!
Henning Holthusen commented
Why the **** isn't this a standard function. I don't want to hear "because it would be uncomfortable or disorienting". I'm sure you can get used to it.
This should require relatively little effort to implement, JUST DO IT ALREADY.
Tessa Irwin commented
I find it difficult sitting and standing for long periods of time due to my disability and would love to play the quest for a length of time that doesn’t restrict me due laying down to play.
id also like this feature
People who have never tried this think this is a good idea. It is extremely scarily disorienting as some one who has tried it.
I Agree, i wonder why there's no such features! there's apps that do work by rotating the world ! This should be implemented ASAP.
Personally I am tired of all the "it will cause disorientation/discomfort" objections because they are only valid if you somehow _force_ people to use such a feature.
Who is proposing that?
No-one, hence the word "Option".
And if you think that such an option will be unsuitable for everyone, and that those who are asking for it just don't know that because they haven't personally experienced it, you're wrong, because such experiences already exist (media players that allow vertical orientation adjustments even for 180/360° content, Virtual Desktop with it's "allow custom orientation in all environments" option, for example). These features were added because people asked for them, and they remain because people use them. I am not aware of a single case where a developer had to remove such a feature because users started complaining about its existence.
Some people might experience issues when encountering such features, which they can then just avoid in the future. This is no different from trying apps that have an "Intense" comfort rating.
Put the option in a Settings screen. Throw up a comfort warning when enabling it if you like. People have been asking for this for years, especially in mobile/standalone headsets.
@Oculus: enable this in Oculus Gallery for 180/360° content at least. Every other major media player has had the feature for a long time now, and the sky hasn't fallen in.
Hugo Tremblay commented
Tried that when developing and it's EXTREMELY uncomfortable.