Add a system wide wrist watch so that you don't have to go back to the home environment to check the time.
Or even if not a watch design considering many games use your wrist for game features, just add it as an overlay much like Oculus Move. ****, just add it TO oculus move!
I remember this on the rift, I used it all the time and it was my favorite feature, please bring it to the quest and quest 2
Jayden Tiong commented
They could place it on top of the oculus move box or replace it if it's not enabled.
Mark Collins commented
this would a great option to have a gesture or button to check time, and battery life without interrupting gameplay by opening the home menu, similar to the glanceable boundaries. a permanent wristwatch may not work as it will interfer with gameplay.
Good idea should be an option somehow.
Personally I don’t want to see the time when I play
Steven McKinstray commented
This is a good idea, but the developers don't always give you hands or let you see the controllers. How would that work? Watch around your Beat Saber? 😏
What might be more possible is a 'widget' that appears when you look up or down like the Oculus Move numbers box. The idea of a smart watch is cool but probably only be on the main home screen.
Good! Someone already input this idea.
This would be so nice.. just holding up your left arm in front of you and be able to see the time.
(00.00-23.59 of course, not #muuurika:n time)
Must be visibel in all games of course. Just like the calorie counter.
Rahim Rahimi commented
Yes please! This is a much needed feature.
DEREK PEARSE commented
I think you will need to have a way it can easily be moved up and down your wrist and turn off without going into menu as I'm thinking about the games that already have simular things on your wrist may clash
DEREK PEARSE commented
Also ad battery identification on it as I will often spend a lot of time going I to the menu too check if my quest has battery or is still charging.
It could be a ‘smart watch’ which you could personalise and add papas and different functions etc. Could be available in all games or you could select to turn it off. Eventually you could by third party apps and personalise it with skins etc.
Alex Z commented
the watch can be placed on the bottom of the controllers or on a ring, and to control your hands, just in the form of a bracelet, you can also make an additional menu on the bracelet.
They have a watch for the rift software, but i don't think it is visible in games, only in the home environment. But I have wanted this for a while now, 100%