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Changing Navigation Range
The Navigation gesture appears to use a range between -1 and 1 that corresponds to moving your hand less than a foot left or right. Is it possible to "unlock" this range so that Navigation can detect movement across the whole FOV?
Use case: I am trying to use the Navigation gesture to turn an object in a way that correspond to the distance the hand moved rather than the standard Navigation use of rotating the object continuously. Something like move your hand a few inches rotate the object 30 degrees and move your hand all the way across the FOV and rotate it 180 degrees.
I using Navigation rather than Manipulation because Navigation appears to use coordinates relative to the current direction the user is facing. Using Manipulation the coordinates are absolute so moving the object to the other side of me resulted in the object rotating backwards.