Your Virtual Watches

In virtual reality, you wear virtual watches to class. They show you assignments, messages from your teacher, and much more.

Keep reading to learn about your virtual watches!

Student_Hands.png
(Two virtual hands with brown watches float in the foreground of a fast-food restaurant scene)
 

Messages from Teachers

Your teacher can send you a message on your watch.

  1. Look at your watch.

    Student_Prompt_OpenHand.png
    (A virtual right hand with a brown watch floats in the foreground of a fast-food restaurant scene)
  2. Messages from your teacher appear on the inside of your right watch.

    Student_Prompt_Message.png
    (The virtual hand is covered by a pop-up window titled "Prompt" and the message "Say, I would like...")
  3. You can respond to messages, too.

    Student_Prompt_Respond.png
    (The virtual hand is covered by a pop-up window titled "Prompt" and the message "Say, I would like..."; the other virtual hand is pointing at a "thumbs-up" response button below the message)
 

Timer

Your teacher can set a time limit in a lesson.

  1. Look at your left watch.

    Student_Timer.png
    (A virtual left hand with a timer watch floats in the foreground of a garage scene)
  2. The timer appears on your watch.

  3. Your teacher will explain time limits for assignments.

 

Your Mute Button

You can mute (turn off) your microphone with your left virtual watch.

  1. Turn your left watch to see the face.

    Student_Mute.png
    (Two virtual hands with brown watches float in the foreground of a fast-food restaurant scene; the right hand points to a microphone icon on the left watch)
  2. Use your finger to push the microphone icon. An X will appear.

  3. Now you are on mute.

  4. Push again to turn your microphone on. The X will disappear.

Tip:  You can also mute by pressing the "Y" button on your left controller.

 

Your Personal Settings Menu

You can change your settings with your left virtual watch.

  1. Turn your left watch to see the face.

    Student_WristMenu.png
    (The right virtual hand pushes a button with three dots on the left watch; a menu window floats above the left hand)
  2. Use your finger to push on the Settings menu.

  3. Now you can change your settings.

 

Radial Menu

You can quickly access tools from your Radial Menu.

  1. Press the "X" button on your left controller.

  2. Use the thumbstick to make a selection.

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    (On the wrist of the virtual left hand, a blue dot moves around a circular menu with buttons for Settings, Mute, Teleport, and Close)
  3. You can change your navigation style, mute, and access main settings from the Radial Menu.

 
 
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