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Hi all! Thanks for submitting and voting for this idea.
As part of the build 7.0 update that is rolling out this week, we’ve improved the overall performance of Guardian and added the following new features:
- If your Guardian boundaries are too sensitive, you can adjust them from the Guardian settings page.
- If you need to adjust your floor height, you no longer have to reset your Guardian. Instead, you can make adjustments right from your Guardian settings page.
- You can now set multiple Guardians in the same room and switch between them.
Since this idea is a bit more expansive in terms of what is being asked for, we’re going to leave this open for voting for now. We hope you enjoy the new Guardian settings that have been added in the meantime!
An error occurred while saving the commentMichael Angel commented
A piece of VR hardware should not require a social media login to be operable. Any kind of violations that are flagged, either by AI, users, trolls, or whatever Facebook deems unworthy, can disable your hardware for up to 30 days at a time, if not permanently (in extreme cases).
Not only that, but Horizons is going to have all users constantly spy and record each other while in VR.
This is beyond creepy and unaccceptable, and quite frankly seems borderline illegal. AI should not be able to determine whether or not you're allowed to use hardware you paid for.
Facebook is turning AI against humans, and there's a lot of people who seemingly don't care.
AS A DEVELOPER I REALLY CARE AND IT FRIGHTENS AND ****** ME OFF! I am NEVER making a Facebook account again and I am NOT developing for Oculus devices because of this requirement.