No- and Low-Vision Accessibility Options
An option to increase the font size or text-to-speech feature would definitely help users who are visually impaired from a disability or have low vision. This would also help with seniors who have depleted vision. These demographics should have easier access to such a great device. They should not be excluded.
Something like virtual binoculars (or a virtual monocular or scope) would make the Quest usable for me. Or a screen reader would work too.
I hope this message finds you well. I’m reaching out to see if you would be interested in participating in a paid research study to help improve features for Oculus. Facebook Reality Labs has partnered with my Research Group (AnswerLab) to connect with users of Oculus devices that would be willing to provide some insights on their opinions about Virtual Reality experiences.
Your participation would consist of being interviewed in a 90 minute remote research session conducted this week (April 14-16, slots available). If qualified you’d be compensated for any time spent with us, as a thank you for sharing your thoughts.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if this is something that would interest you, we really appreciate the opportunity to learn about your experience with VR in order to make Oculus products better.
Came here to request the same. The new UI also seems to have made the issue worse for me.
Also a mode so you can use the quest if you cant stand or are bed ridden (A switch that could rotate the ground 90 degrees so if you are laying down the headset would assume you are standing)