"Netflix screen drifts from center in Oculus Go"
This is a reddit post that I could not comment on, so I bring it here.
Oculus Support answered:
Hello there. If you do experience any drift with the headset,
you can actually recenter to bring it back. To do this, press the Oculus button on the controller once, click settings on the bottom,
then Reset View in the middle and follow the directions.
A text book reply.
That is not a solution. Nor is it the point. -_-
I watch video on my Oculus Go regularly and I found that both Bigscreen Beta and Skybox drift from the center.
So it Could be a Software design flaw that three different developers haven't figured out or addressed yet. *shrug*
But if it isn't, I hand this over to you Oculus.
Can anyone confirm if this happens on the Rift?
So the point; Oculus Support, is Not to have to recenter at all. Because the screen drifts regularly (every couple of minutes for me)
I don't recall ever having this problem with Netflix though.
And Bigscreen drifted in Cinema Mode. As opposed to Void.
VR is the new experience in entertainment. The new movement I beleive. But it can't be for media unless this issue is addressed.
Screen drifting takes you out of the VR world and forces you to consistently return to the real world to fix the virtual space.
This Reddit post was from more than a year ago too.