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Using Guardian and Passthrough


Oculus Guardian
Initial Setup
If you're setting up Guardian for the first time, follow the instructions you see in your headset. You can also review the videos in the dropdown below.

Guardian Setup Videos
Quest 2 and Quest Setup Video
Rift S Setup Video

Guardian Sizes
Guardian lets you create boundaries in VR that appear when you get too close to the edge of your play area. When setting up Guardian, your play area will show as one of these sizes:
  • Below Minimum: If your play area is below minimum, it doesn't meet the 3 feet by 3 feet (1 meter by 1 meter) requirement to use Guardian.
  • Minimum: You have enough space for the minimum required play area, but some apps may recommend at least 6.5 by 6.5 ft for the best experience.
  • Recommended: You have the recommended play area for Roomscale experiences. This means that your play area meets or exceeds the 6.5 feet by 6.5 feet (2 meters by 2 meters) space needed to set up the Guardian System.

Resetting your Guardian
  1. 1.
    Select Settings from the bottom toolbar.
  2. 2.
    Select Guardian in the left menu.
  3. 3.
    Click Adjust Guardian .
  4. 4.
    Follow the on-screen instructions to reset your Guardian.

Adjusting your Guardian settings
Once you set up your Guardian, you can make additional adjustments at any time from your Guardian settings-panel option in-VR. The settings you can adjust here include:
  • Adjust guardian: This puts you back into the guardian setup like you did when you first set up your headset.
  • Set floor level: Allows you to adjust the floor level of your Guardian Boundary.
  • Boundary color: Changes the color of your Guardian Boundary.
  • Double Tap for Passthrough: Enables the ability to double tap the side of your headset to switch to and from passthrough mode.
  • Clear Guardian History: Clears Guardian history for all accounts on the headset. This means if you have more than one person’s account on your Quest or Quest 2, Guardian maps and tracking data will be removed from all accounts.
  • Glanceable Boundary: When enabled, you can look down at an angle while in-VR to quickly see where you are in your playspace.
  • Boundary Sensitivity: Determines how granularly you want to adjust your guardian boundary alerts. There are two options:
    • Simple: You’ll adjust the sensitivity of all of your boundaries collectively with a single slider. Lower sensitivity generally means you won’t be alerted until you get closer to your boundaries.
    • Advanced: You’ll adjust the sensitivity of your boundaries at a more granular level using the following settings:
      • Headset distance sensitivity: Lowering your distance sensitivity means that you won't be alerted until you're closer to the edge of the guardian boundary.
      • Controller distance sensitivity: Lowering your distance sensitivity means that you won't be alerted until you're closer to the edge of the guardian boundary.
Headset speed sensitivity Lowering your speed sensitivity means you'll be alerted less when making fast movements near a boundary edge.
Controller speed sensitivity: Lowering your speed sensitivity means you'll be alerted less when making fast movements near a boundary edge.

Guardian Space Sense
Space Sense is a safety feature that allows you to see outlines of people, pets, and other objects that cross over the boundaries of your Roomscale Guardian while you’re in VR. Space Sense can show outlines of objects up to 9 ft away, provided that they have entered into your playspace.
  1. 1.
    Select from the universal menu bar.
  2. 2.
    Scroll down the left side menu and select Experimental Features
  3. 3.
    Scroll through the Experimental Features panel until you see Space Sense.
  4. 4.
    Select Space Sense.
  5. 5.
    Turn on Space Sense using the toggle.

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What is Passthrough?
Passthrough is a feature that allows you to step outside your view in VR to see a real-time view of your surroundings. Passthrough uses the sensors on your headset to approximate what you would see if you were able to look directly through the front of your headset and into the real world around you. Passthrough comes up automatically when you’re creating or adjusting your Guardian. Apps can also show Passthrough to blend your physical and virtual environment.
Keep in mind, when apps show Passthrough, only you can see it. Apps can’t access images or videos of your real surroundings.

Quest 2 and Quest
Passthrough comes up automatically when you're creating or adjusting your Guardian. To be able to quickly enter Passthrough, you'll need to enable it:
  1. 1.
    Put on your headset, then hover over the clock on the left side of the universal menu. When Quick Settings appears, select it to open the Quick Settings panel.
  2. 2.
    Select Settings from the top right of the panel.
  3. 3.
    Select Guardian from the sidebar.
  4. 4.
    Use the toggle next to Double Tap for Passthrough Shortcut to enable the feature.
Once enabled, you can switch into Passthrough by tapping either the left or right side of your headset twice. Keep in mind, you just need to tap the side of your headset, you aren't pressing any physical buttons to enter Passthrough.

Rift S
For Rift S
  • Put on your Rift S headset.
  • Press the Oculus button to pull up your Dash.
  • Select Settings.
  • Set up your home button to enable Passthrough on double click.
Once you enable Passthrough, you can switch into Passthrough mode by:
  • Pressing the Oculus button on your right Touch controller twice.
  • You can double press the Oculus button again to exit Passthrough.

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Using Voice Commands and Voice Dictation


Using Voice Dictation with Oculus
Voice Dictation is currently only available to people using Oculus in the United States with English set as the default language.
How do I use Voice Dictation in Oculus?
To use Voice Dictation instead of typing, select the microphone on your Oculus keyboard. For example, to use Voice Dictation with Oculus Browser:
  1. 1.
    Open Browser in-VR.
  2. 2.
    Select the address bar.
  3. 3.
    When they keyboard appears, select the microphone.
  4. 4.
    Say “Oculus.com” to type Oculus.com into the URL field.
  5. 5.
    Select Go to load your results.
What information do you collect when I use Voice Dictation? When you use Voice Dictation, our system creates a short recording and transcription to process. Once we complete the dictation (that is, transcribe your voice to text), we delete the voice recording and transcription immediately, unless you choose to provide feedback on your Voice Dictation experience or have Oculus Dictation improvements turned on.
If you opt-in to improve Oculus Dictation, we store voice dictation data on your device, and only aggregated modeling information will be shared with Facebook to improve dictation for everyone.
To manage your Oculus Dictation improvements settings:
  1. 1.
    From your headset, select Settings then select Device.
  2. 2.
    Select System Keyboard and turn on turn off Help improve Oculus Dictation.
How does Voice Dictation differ from voice commands?
Voice Commands and Voice Dictation are two separate services that allow you to use your voice to navigate and control your Oculus device.
  • You can use Voice Commands by selecting the Voice Commands button in the Quick Actions menu.
  • You can use Voice Dictation to use your speech to type, by selecting the microphone on the Oculus keyboard.
We do not store or review recordings or transcripts of dictations you make with the Oculus keyboard unless you submit the recordings to us for feedback or have Oculus Dictation improvements turned on. Because your Voice Dictation recordings and transcripts are not stored by default, you will not see them in your Voice Command activity log.
How can I provide feedback on my Voice Dictation? You have the opportunity to provide feedback on your Voice Dictation experience by selecting “thumbs-up” or “thumbs-down” after you use Voice Dictation. If you select the “thumbs-down,” you’ll have the option to submit the recording and transcription of your last voice dictation. If you choose to submit them, the recording and transcription will be stored on our servers and a trained reviewer may listen for what went wrong to help make our voice services better for everyone.

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Using Voice Commands on Oculus
Note: Voice Commands are currently only available to people using Oculus in the United States with English set as the default language.
Voice Commands is a feature that allows you to perform different actions using your voice. This can be used for things such as navigating your settings, launching applications and resetting your headset view. Learn more about which commands you can say.

Turning on Voice Commands
  1. 1.
    Press oculus icon on your right Touch controller to pull up your universal menu.
  2. 2.
    Hover over the clock on the left side of the universal menu. When Quick Settings appears, select it to open the Quick Settings panel.
  3. 3.
    Select Voice Commands.
  4. 4.
    Select Start Setup.
  5. 5.
    Choose between Continue Setup and Set Up Later. You can always manage this option later in Settings.
  6. 6.
    Select Enable Shortcut or Not Now. This shortcut allows you to double press the Oculus button to initiate a voice command. You can choose to skip this shortcut, or manage this feature in Settings > Device > Voice Commands.

Using Voice Commands
  1. 1.
    If you set up the Voice Commands shortcut, press oculus icon twice and skip to step 4, otherwise press oculus icon on your right Touch controller to pull up your universal menu.
  2. 2.
    Hover over the clock on the left side of the universal menu. When Quick Settings appears, select it to open the Quick Settings panel.
  3. 3.
    Select Voice Commands.
  4. 4.
    You’ll be prompted to give a voice command. If you’re unsure of what to do, try “What can I say?” to see a list of supported commands.
  5. 5.
    Try a voice command, like “What time is it?” or "Show me Store."

Using Voice Commands with "Hey Facebook"
When you log in with your Facebook account, you may have the option to enable the "Hey Facebook" wake word. Enabling "Hey Facebook" will allow you to activate Voice Commands on your Quest 2 device.
To opt in and begin using "Hey Facebook":
  1. 1.
    Press oculus icon on your right Touch controller to pull up your universal menu.
  2. 2.
    Hover over the clock on the left side of the universal menu. When Quick Settings appears, select it to open the Quick Settings panel.
  3. 3.
    Select Settings in the top right corner, then select Experimental
  4. 4.
    Select the toggle next to "Hey Facebook" to turn this feature on.
Enabling "Hey Facebook" may affect the performance of some apps. If in-app performance is affected, "Hey Facebook" will turn off automatically and you'll receive a notification. "Hey Facebook" will still be available in Home.
Learn more about the commands you can use with “Hey Facebook”.

Recent Voice Commands
A record of phrases spoken while using Voice Commands can be viewed from the Oculus app on your mobile phone.
To see recent voice commands:
  1. 1.
    From your mobile device, open the Oculus app.
  2. 2.
    Tap your profile picture in the top left.
  3. 3.
    Tap Account Settings then tap Voice Activity.
To delete the list of commands spoken:
  1. 1.
    From Voice Activity, tap Clear All.
  2. 2.
    Tap OK to confirm you want to delete the list of commands.

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Differences between Voice Dictation and Voice Commands
Voice Commands and Voice Dictation are two separate services that allow you to use your voice to navigate and control your Oculus device:
  • Voice Commands can be used to perform specific actions such as launching an app or navigating to your settings.
  • Voice Dictation uses your microphone and speech to type instead of using the keyboard.
We do not store or review recordings or transcripts of dictations you make with the Oculus keyboard unless you submit the recordings to us for feedback or have Oculus Dictation improvements turned on. Because your Voice Dictation recordings and transcripts are not stored by default, you will not see them in your Voice Command activity log.

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What can I say with Voice Commands on Oculus?
Note: Voice Commands are currently only available to people using Oculus in the United States with English set as the default language.
Turn on Voice Commands from the Quick Settings panel or the System tab in Settings to begin using this feature. Once Voice Commands is turned on, double-press the Oculus button on your right controller to initiate a voice command.
There are three ways to activate Voice Commands:
  • Click the Voice Commands button in Quick Settings panel
  • Double press the Oculus button on your right controller
  • Use the wake word, "Hey Facebook."
Note: Using the "Hey Facebook" wake word is an opt-in experience available for some Quest 2 users that can be enabled in the Experimental section of your Settings.
Social
  • “Who’s online?” “Show me who’s online.”
  • “Create a party.” “Start a call.” “Open parties.”
  • “Show my profile.” “Open my profile.”
  • “Open chats.” “Open messages.”
  • “Show me events.”
Device Control
  • “Open library.” "Go to store." "Open search."
  • "Open browser." "Go to browser." "Open internet."
  • "Open TV." "Go to TV." "Open Oculus TV."
  • "Go home." "Exit app."
  • “Quit.” “Stop.”
  • “Turn off.” “Shut down.” “Power off.”
  • “Go to sleep.“
  • “Restart.” “Reboot.”
  • "Open Settings." "Go to Settings."
  • "Go to Wi-Fi." "Open Wi-Fi settings."
  • “Open device settings.” “Open quick settings.” “Open experiments.”
  • "Change Guardian." "Change floor height." "Change to room scale.
  • "Turn up the volume." "Turn down the volume." "It's too loud." "It's too quiet."
  • “Turn on passthrough.” “Turn off passthrough.”
  • “Reset view.”
  • “Show me notifications.”
Apps and Content
  • App launch: “Open Beat Saber” “Play Netflix.”
  • Find free games.” “Find adventure games.” “Find racing games.”
  • Open websites: “Open Youtube.com.” “Open Facebook.com.”
  • Find videos: “Find 360 videos.” “Show me space videos.”
Capture and Media
  • "Take a photo."
  • "Start recording." "Stop recording."
  • "Show me my photos." "Show me the camera roll."
  • “Start streaming.” “Stop live stream.”
  • “Start casting.” “Stop casting.”
Oculus Q&A
  • “How do I check my battery level?”
  • “How do I change my background?”
  • “How do I set up guardian?”
  • “How do I pair my phone to Oculus?”
  • “How can I factory reset?”
  • “How can I log out?”
  • “How do I change my profile picture?”
  • “How do I center my view?”
  • “How do I cast what I’m seeing in my Oculus Quest?”
  • “How much storage do I have left?”
  • “How do I reset my controllers?”
  • “How do I reboot?”
  • “How do I connect to wi-fi?”
Weather
  • "What’s the weather like today?" "What’s the weather like this afternoon?"
  • "What’s the weather like on Nov 5th?"
  • "Is it going to be cold at 5 p.m.?"
Media Control
  • "Pause." "Resume." "Stop."
  • "Go back." "Previous."
  • "Next one." "Next."
Oculus Move
  • "Enable health tracker."
  • "Show activity tracker."
  • "Hide calorie tracker."
General Questions
  • "Who is Abraham Lincoln?”
  • "What is ten to the power of forty three?”
  • "Define the word innovation.”
  • "What is 20 Celsius in Fahrenheit?”
  • "Who are the members of the Beatles?”

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What information does Facebook collect when I use Voice Dictation?
When you use Voice Dictation, our system creates a short recording and transcription to process. Once we complete the dictation (that is, transcribe your voice to text), we delete the voice recording and transcription immediately, unless you choose to provide feedback on your Voice Dictation experience.

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How Facebook protects the privacy of your Voice Commands and Voice Dictation
Note: These features are currently only available to people using Oculus in the United States with English set as the default language.

Voice Commands

How do I use Voice Commands in my Oculus device?
If you have an Oculus Quest or Oculus Go, you can use your voice to navigate, control your device and find new apps and games. Once you've turned on Voice Commands there are are three ways you can activate them:
  • Click the Voice Commands button on the Home menu.
  • Double press the Oculus button on the right controller.
  • Use the wake word and say "Hey Facebook".
Note: Using the "Hey Facebook" wake word is an opt-in experience available for some Quest 2 users that can be enabled in the Experimental Features panel.
If you choose to enable the Voice Command Controller Shortcut available on Oculus Quest, you can double press the Oculus controller button to use voice commands. Enabling this shortcut will disable the passthrough shortcut if you previously enabled it. You can manage these shortcuts in the Experimental Features section of Settings.
When is Oculus listening for the wake word "Hey Facebook"?
When "Hey Facebook" is enabled, your Oculus device only sends "Hey Facebook" voice interactions to Facebook servers if your microphone is on and it detects someone saying "Hey Facebook". When Oculus hears the wake word, it will start to record your voice interaction and send it to our servers in real-time to respond to your request. You'll know when Voice Commands are activated through a visual confirmation in-VR.
If you choose to enable "Hey Facebook", Oculus won't listen for the wake word when your microphone is off, your device is asleep, or your device is off.
What information do you collect when I use Voice Commands?
When you use Voice Commands through any activation method (Universal Menu Button, Oculus button double press or “Hey Facebook” wake word), we record your voice and create a computer-generated transcription of the recording which is then processed on our servers. Depending on where you use Voice Commands, the microphone may pick up other sounds in the immediate area beyond your voice -- this may include ambient noise or nearby background conversations.
Note that we will record your voice if you unintentionally trigger the Voice Commands button. If our systems detect that you did not intend to trigger Voice Commands through any activation method, we label these recordings as "false wakes" and delete them from our servers within 90 days of detection.
You can view, hear and delete your Voice Commands activity at any time in the View Your Information Tool in your Privacy Center, on your Oculus app or in headset by selecting Device, Voice Commands and then selecting Voice Activity. Alternatively, you can turn off storage of your voice commands in Settings.
How do I control how you handle my voice commands?
You can view, hear and delete your voice command activity in the View Your Information Tool in your Privacy Center, on your Oculus app or in headset by selecting Device, Voice Commands and then selecting Voice Activity.
You can also choose to turn off storage of your voice commands in Settings. You can still use voice commands even if you turn off storage, but the feature may not work as well. When storage is turned off, we won’t keep recordings or transcripts of your voice commands, which means you won't be able to view, hear or delete them. And we won’t use those voice commands to improve our voice services and they won’t be reviewed by people. We’ll still log system activity, such as the timestamp for when a voice command was made and the general category of the voice interaction. For example, if you said, “search for a dinosaur app?,” we would simply categorize your question as “search.” Any voice command made before you turned off storage will still be stored unless you delete them.
Note that if you use voice commands to open websites on Oculus browser, we will keep a record of your commands, including the URL, unless you turn off Storage. This is true even if you opted out of data collection on Oculus Browser. For more information about Oculus browser processing, click here
How do you use my voice commands?
We primarily use recordings and transcriptions of your commands to process and carry out your request. When storage of your voice commands is turned on, we also use stored recordings and transcriptions of your commands to help make Facebook’s voice services smarter, more accurate, and better for everyone. We use a combination of human review and machine processes to troubleshoot and train our speech recognition systems. we protect your privacy by changing the pitch of your voice when voice commands are reviewed so it's difficult to identify you. All of our employees and vendors must also comply with strict privacy and security requirements in their handling of this information.
Do you use my Voice Commands for ads?
We do not use the content of your voice interactions to target ads. This means we do not use the content of voice commands such as “Hey Facebook, show me who’s online” as well as other sounds the microphone may pick up in the immediate area beyond your voice, like ambient noise or nearby background conversations.
Some of the resulting actions you take from Voice Commands, like the fact that you opened an app or played a game, may be used to inform the ads you see across Facebook. You can always delete your voice commands in the View Your Information Tool in your Privacy Center or on your Oculus app.
Why do you have humans review my voice commands?
When storage of your voice commands is turned on, we also use both machine processes and human reviewers to train our voice services so that we can more accurately respond to your voice commands. Making sure our voice services can understand and respond to a wide range of speech patterns, phrases, local dialects, and accents is important to us, and human reviewers are particularly helpful in identifying voice commands that machines are likely to misinterpret.
For example, someone might say "Open Quill," but Voice Commands could interpret what they said as "Open Chrome." Human reviewers are also useful in evaluating how well our voice services execute your voice command. For example, we can evaluate if we correctly turned down the volume on your device or pulled up the website you requested based on your command. This helps improve our voice services to respond more accurately over time.
How do you protect my privacy during human review?
We have a team of vetted, trained transcription vendors and select employees who assist in reviewing voice commands. All of our employees and vendors must comply with strict privacy and security requirements in their handling of this information. We use controlled and monitored systems to ensure that the vendors and employees who are reviewing voice commands access only the information required to complete voice services training tasks. And we protect your privacy by changing the pitch of your voice when voice commands are reviewed so it's difficult to identify you.
How long do you keep my voice commands?
Stored voice commands are kept on Facebook servers for up to 3 years. When we delete voice commands, they will no longer appear in the View Your Information Tool in your Privacy Center or on your Oculus app, will be deleted from our systems, and will no longer be used as part of our human review or machine learning processes. You can also always delete your voice commands in the View Your Information Tool in your Privacy Center or on your Oculus app. Alternatively, you can turn off Storage of your voice commands in Settings.

Voice Dictation

How do I use voice dictation in Oculus?
Tap on the microphone on your Oculus keyboard to use voice dictation instead of typing. For example, you can open Oculus Browser, tap the voice dictation button on the Oculus keyboard, and say “Oculus.com” to type Oculus.com into the URL field in Oculus browser.
What information do you collect when I use voice dictation?
When you use Voice Dictation, our system creates a short recording and transcription to process. Once we complete the dictation (that is, transcribe your voice to text), we delete the voice recording and transcription immediately, unless you choose to provide feedback on your Voice Dictation experience or have Oculus Dictation improvements turned on.
If you opt-in to improve Oculus Dictation, we store voice dictation data on your device, and only aggregated modeling information will be shared with Facebook to improve dictation for everyone.
To manage your Oculus Dictation improvements settings:
  1. 1.
    From your headset, select Settings then select Device.
  2. 2.
    Select System Keyboard and turn on or turn off Help improve Oculus Dictation.
How can I provide feedback on my voice dictation?
You have the opportunity to provide feedback on your voice dictation response by tapping the “thumbs-up” or “thumbs-down” icon after your voice dictation. If you tap the “thumbs-down”, you’ll have the option to submit the recording and transcription of your last voice dictation. If you choose to submit them, the recording and transcription will be stored on our servers and a trained reviewer may listen for what went wrong to help make our voice services better for everyone. We protect your privacy during human review of the voice dictation you submit as described above in “How do you protect my privacy during human review”.
How does voice dictation differ from voice commands?
Voice commands and voice dictation are two separate services that allow you to use your voice to navigate Oculus. You can access voice commands by clicking the Voice Commands button in the Home menu. You can use voice dictation by pressing the microphone on the Oculus keyboard. We do not store or review recordings or transcripts of any voice dictations you make in the Oculus keyboard, unless you submit them to us for feedback or have Oculus Dictation improvements turned on. Because your voice dictation recordings and transcripts are not stored by default, you will not see them in your voice command logs.

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Providing feedback on Voice Dictation
You have the opportunity to provide feedback on your Voice Dictation experience by selecting “thumbs-up” or “thumbs-down” after you use Voice Dictation. If you select the “thumbs-down,” you’ll have the option to submit the recording and transcription of your last voice dictation.
If you choose to submit them, the recording and transcription will be stored on our servers and a trained reviewer may listen for what went wrong to help make our voice services better for everyone.

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Recognize other app voice experiences
App developers may offer app voice experiences to people in the United States and around the world to create voice-driven gameplay, voice navigation and search, and other voice experiences in their Oculus apps. These app voice experiences are controlled and maintained by the app developer and are different from the Voice Commands and Voice Dictation features offered by Oculus.
Please refer to the app developer’s terms and privacy policy for more information about how developers process your information when you use App Voice Experiences in a particular app..

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Using Avatars


Create an avatar for your Oculus account
You can create an avatar for your account on Oculus that you can see in some Oculus Store content. All your Oculus devices share the same avatar.
To create an avatar using your Oculus Quest 2, Quest, Go or Samsung Gear VR:
  1. 1.
    Put on your Oculus Quest 2, Quest, Go or Gear VR headset.
  2. 2.
    Select your profile picture from the navigation menu, then select Edit Avatar.
  3. 3.
    Select a category under Appearance in the left menu in the left menu to customize your avatar.
  4. 4.
    When you're done, select Save Avatar & Exit on the bottom.
To create an avatar using your Oculus Rift or Rift S:
  1. 1.
    Put on your Rift or Rift S headset and go to Oculus Home.
  2. 2.
    Next to your profile picture in the top right, select Edit Avatar.
  3. 3.
    Select Start in the center of the mirror.
  4. 4.
    Select Head, Wardrobe or Palette on the left to customize your avatar.
  5. 5.
    When you're done, select Exit on the right.

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Display Settings


What is Night Display for Oculus Quest 2 and Quest?
Night Display is an option that changes your headset display to warmer colors, which may be easier on your eyes.
To turn Night Display on or off:
  1. 1.
    Press oculus icon on your right Touch controller to go to the universal menu.
  2. 2.
    Select to go to the Apps menu, then select Settings.
  3. 3.
    Select Device, then select the toggle next to Night Display to turn it on or off.

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Adjust your Display Theme
With Oculus Quest 2 and Quest, you can adjust your Display Theme between a light or dark theme. This will change the appearance of system features and certain Oculus apps.
To adjust your theme:
  1. 1.
    Press oculus icon on your Touch controllers, then select Apps.
  2. 2.
    Select Settings, then select Experimental Features.
  3. 3.
    Select Display Theme. From here, you can choose a light or dark theme.
  4. 4.
    Select Apply to save your changes.

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Raise View


What is Raise View on Oculus Quest 2 and Quest?
Raise View is a setting that raises your viewing angle in supported apps.
To turn Raise View on or off:
  1. 1.
    Press oculus icon on your right Touch controller to go to the universal menu.
  2. 2.
    Select to go to the Apps menu, then select Settings.
  3. 3.
    Select Experimental Settings, then scroll down and select the toggle next to Raise View to turn it on or off.

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