Add ceiling guardian option
I’d like to be able to mark the ceiling of my guardian due to low ceilings/ hanging obstacles/
OMG YES please! I'm tall and made several dents in my ceiling with the rounded part of the controllers
Yes, i agree! I personaly have a low roof and I have already damanged my oculus touch while making an ample swing in Beat Saber! The roof barrier should have the option to be permanently shown in games, so you always know the maximum height you can reach
Agree. We have a a wooden pole thing stretching across the living room, and i always end up smacking it with my knuckles causing me to be forced to stand on my knees and then wave around me.
During many hours in VR playing in a low roofed room (I have no higher rooms) can be very annoying. I have smashed my controllers against the roof multiple times especially playing basketball on rec room and various other games like climbing. I would like to suggest the idea of an optional roof boundary that would come up when you reached a certain height with your hands. I think this would be a very beneficial and safer way to reach up to high areas in games. Thank you for reading - loving my quest! :)
Please add this option! My house has 2 guardians a living room with vaulted ceiling and 2nd room with 7ft ceiling and low hanging ceiling fan. In standing games I will almost always hit the fan with games that require me to shoot up in the sky (Serious Sam VR). In the living room I have no issues with vaulted ceiling.
Elin Höhler commented
I already cracked one of my controllers on the ceiling while playing with BoGo.
I almost destroyed my lamp yesterday fighting off cyborgs in robo recall.
Excellent idea. I thought so too. Because jumping is part of the freedom that you get in VR!
Completely necessary for certain rooms with hanging fixtures. Should merge this with https://oculus.uservoice.com/forums/918556-oculus-rift-s-and-rift
Great idea. Have smacked the overhead lamp a few times. Would love to see this feature.
Mike Pratt commented
I was wondering if this could possibly be a feature in the future, maybe an advanced option. I only ask because I am 6'5 and in my apartment i can easily touch the ceiling, so playing something like sports scramble or rec room I have to actively avoid swinging overhead.