I have a friend who recently underwent major brain surgery. As a result, his eyes no longer track together, and he is suffering from debilitating double vision. He tells me that his right side vision is tilted 45 degrees from the left (which has mostly normal vision). This constant clash of two images, offset by 45 degrees is bothering him more than any other symptom.
It made me wonder if I could adjust the virtual camera position for his right eye so that his eyes would be seeing the same image. He has some prism glasses that do this to a certain extent.
Are there any exposed knobs for adjusting tilt and direction of one of the "virtual cameras" in the rift headset? At the very least, I'd like to remove the 45 degree tilt for him and see if it gave him some respite. Even if he had to keep his gaze on a fixed point, I think he would welcome the ability to integrate his vision for short trips into VR. I also have another more ambitious project in mind. I'd like to use touch controls to control that adjustment for tilt and direction. That way he could focus on a fixed object, then rotate/tilt his other eye's field of view with the touch controller, basically using the touch controller to move the field of view on his right to match that of his left.