Similar to what applications like "f.lux" have been accomplishing on computers. Most modern computer operating systems (including Windows 10), Android phones, and iPhones now offer this feature natively.
Link to Apple article on it: https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT207570
Excerpt: "Night Shift automatically adjusts the colors of your display to the warmer end of the spectrum—making the display easier on your eyes.
Night Shift uses the clock and geolocation of your iOS device to determine when it’s sunset in your location. Then it automatically shifts the colors of your display to warmer colors. In the morning, it returns the display to its regular settings."256 votes
Thanks for submitting and voting for this idea! We’ve added an option in the settings panel for Night Display mode as part of the 8.0 software update that began rolling out at the end of last month. This option changes your headset display to warmer colors, which may be easier on your eyes. While in VR, you can access the feature by heading to Settings > See All > Device. Enjoy!
Allow both pointers at the same time when entering text like steam/vive, makes it a lot quicker.253 votes
Thanks for voting for this idea! As part of the July v7.0 Quest software update, we added the ability to type using both controllers at the same time. This actually extends beyond just typing on the keyboard, as you can use both controllers to interact with a variety of elements at the same time, like the store and your library. We hope you like it!
One of my primary reasons for buying the Quest is to experience live concerts and sporting events. Please make Venues available on the Quest.74 votes
Good news! Oculus Venues launched on Oculus Quest on July 24th! You can check out the following blog post for all the details: https://www.oculus.com/blog/july-platform-updates-oculus-venues-coming-to-oculus-quest-plus-new-features-for-the-rift-platform/?locale=en_US
Thanks for visiting the Oculus Quest section of the Oculus UserVoice channel. We're anxious to hear all your feedback for Oculus Quest. How can we make it better for you? What features or functionality are we missing that you would love to see? How can we make an existing feature even better? Let us know my submitting your new ideas and upvoting the ideas that you think would be great additions to the Oculus Quest platform. Thanks for helping us continually improve our products!12 votes
Hey everyone – I’ve noticed that some of you are submitting ideas as comments under this idea. All new ideas should be submitted as their own top level idea as that will allow other users to vote on them. I’m going to close out this idea to hopefully prevent any further ideas being submitted as comments here.
Touch Controllers have 2 major issues ATM.
- Close to head tracking is terrible
- Looking straight ahead and grabbing something from your belt (magazine lets say)
Both should be fixed, as these are the 2 main immersion braking / frustrating Bugs11 votes
Good news! As part of the build 7.0 update that began to roll out yesterday, we’ve made performance improvements to better track your Touch controller movements in VR. These updates, which are also applicable for Rift S, include the following:
- Improved tracking when controllers are close to the headset and at angles turned away from the headset.
- Improved tracking in difficult poses such as an underhand throwing motion.
- Reduced re-acquisition time when controller tracking is lost.
- You can now use both of your Touch controllers at the same time when interacting with different elements such as the keyboard, Oculus Store and Library.
Full release notes can be found here: https://support.oculus.com/530422364162501/#faq_530422364162501
We hope you enjoy these improvements!
Please add a way to mute the mic on Oculus Quest I've been searching for the last 30 mins and can't seen to find any way of doing so. I have loud family members in the house and don't feel like bothering others with the sound.4 votes
Hi there – it is possible to mute your mic on Quest. While in VR, if you head to Settings > See All > Device, there is a microphone option. This allows you to toggle the mic on and off. Hope this helps!
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