Kaleido came to your facility pre-installed and ready for action but there is still one thing we need to set up before you can take off – your Wi-Fi connection.
Start with playing around with the headset for a minute. Turn it on, put it on your head, take the controllers in your hands, and explore how the VR environment looks and works.
You can press and hold the Oculus button on the right controller for one second while pointing it straight in front of you to re-center the image.
Our VR headset allows you to truly move within virtual reality by walking around the room.
To ensure your safety, you will always be asked to create a so-called Guardian by delineating a safe zone for your movement with your controllers when you turn the headset on. Follow the instructions in the headset to do so, or simply choose a so-called Stationary Guardian, which counts with you and the client being seated in one position the whole time. The current version of Kaleido app with our virtual tours is made for a stable seated position, so you don’t have to worry about the Guardian and movement in space if you want to only use our content tailor-made for the elderly.
When you’re ready, click on the Settings button in the right hand corner of the bottom menu. Then click on Wi-Fi, find your network in the list by scrolling down, select it, enter the password, and connect.
If the correct password was entered, the WiFi network in the list will appear as “Connected” after a few seconds. We can press the blue “Done” button and double-check that the WiFi symbol in the left part of the bottom menu bar is white.