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How can one reorient mixed reality so lying in bed is the equivalent of sitting up?

I want to be able to navigate cliff house while lying down. Is this possible?

Answers

  • during setup for your boundary settings, when you center your display put it centered with you laying down facing up instead of centered facing the monitor

  • > @StarLlght said:
    > during setup for your boundary settings, when you center your display put it centered with you laying down facing up instead of centered facing the monitor


    Not sure if this would work?
    I tried this when I first saw this question and wmr skipped calibration and left me starting at the ceiling
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