Phone in VR
You must first be actively connected to a computer in Immersed (temporary restriction). Then, after starting the broadcast within the mobile app, you will find a phone icon in the upper left corner in the computer tab of the Immersed VR menu:
See: Quick Menu
Environments: Custom 360 Photos
Currently Immersed allows you to upload one photo to use as a custom 360 environment. You will need to utilize USB debugging and place the photo into:
Android/data/Immersed.quest/files. The photo must be named
Lukesh has graciously offered up his own drone photos for Immersed users to use for free! Check them out here: Link to Lukesh's Google Drive
Immersed uses the Quest microphone to speak with others in the Immersed VR app. The microphone can be muted or unmuted in the quick menu. When it is off, it will display a red slash through the icon.
Note: Microphone passthrough (Quest mic -> Computer) is not yet supported.
The Immersed webcam can be opened via the Immersed menu. To find more information regarding the Immersed webcam, please see https://immersed.com/webcam
Note: Webcam is not currently available for Linux
Immersed allows you to feed your computer's audio output to your Quest's speakers. This can be done via the desktop agent:
Enable Audio. If audio passthrough does not seem to be working, disable
Enable Audio, make sure your default audio output device is selected, and then re-enable it.
Bluetooth Mice and Keyboards
Immersed supports both bluetooth mice and keyboards connected to the Quest however your experience may be limited.
The whiteboard can be spawned via the Immersed menu. In public rooms it acts as a solo whiteboard, while in private rooms it is shared and can be interacted with by all participants in the room.
In order to draw, the whiteboard must be pinned (can be pinned via the quick menu or from the top left of the whiteboard).
You can use controllers, hand pinching, and up close hand writing (pinch close to the whiteboard to see a small pen appear between your fingers) to draw on the whiteboard. Whiteboard buttons include:
- Different colors
- Eraser toggle (changes from drawing to erasing)
- Width adjustment (will adjust drawing and erasing width)
- Clear whiteboard