The “Settings” section collects all the parameters that the user can adjust. The set of settings varies depending on the current mode

Desktop mode

In the settings menu, you can customize:

  • Field of view
  • Selecting the OpenXR Runtime Environment

VR mode

In the settings menu, you can customize:

  • Smooth camera
  • Field of view
  • Controller emulation
  • Move type (Locomotion/ Teleport)
  • Vignette type (for Locomotion Move type only)
  • Active OpenXR runtime

Smooth camera

VR camera antialiasing is designed to smoothly display the image on the monitor screen while using a VR headset

Field of view/FOV

Parameter that adjusts the angular space seen by the eye when the gaze is fixed and the head is stationary

Controller emulation

Controller emulation is required if for some reason OpenXR is unable to detect your current headset and controller emulation must be set manually. To allow the platform to detect your current headset on its own, select the “Disabled” option

Supported devices list:

  • Oculus Rift CV1
  • Oculus Quest 1
  • Oculus Quest 2
  • HTC Vive
  • HTC Vive Focus 1
  • HTC Vive Focus Plus
  • HTC Vive Focus 3
  • HTC Vive Cosmos
  • Windows Mixed Reality
  • Pico Neo 2
  • Pico Neo 3
  • Pico 4
  • Pico G2 4K
  • PolyVR X1 Ultra

Move type

To move around the project scene, the option to choose between two mechanics is implemented:

Teleport – a method of moving in space in which the player is instantly moved to a given position by means of a teleportation beam. The teleportation beam is activated by pressing the corresponding button on your headset controller.

Locomotion – a method of movement in space in which the player moves freely to a given position using the analog stick on the controller (walking/locomotion simulation). This method of movement is only available on headsets with controllers equipped with an analog stick.

When you select the Locomotion Move mode, an additional Vignette option appears. 

The Vignette darkens the edges of the image and helps make the above method of movement comfortable for the user. Customization of the degree of darkening is available, depending on personal preference.

Active OpenXR runtime

The OpenXR runtime environment is the access standard required to run a project on a VR headset.

To run the project correctly, you must select the appropriate environment that supports your device:

  • The headset maker HTC Vive (as well as most other devices) is supported by the SteamVR runtime environment.
  • It is recommended to use the Oculus runtime environment for Meta manufacturer's headsets.
  • A Windows Mixed Reality runtime environment is provided for Windows Mixed Reality headsets.