I 100% AGREE with the above suggestion. I'd say MANY times when I'm watching a movie (perhaps looking up/down/etc) or playing a game (perhaps looking up/down/etc), I inadvertently activate the FullDrive menu from popping up/etc.
It is not getting to a point now where I just skip Fulldive entirely and load up the game/movie directly for fear of not having FullDive interfere.
I understand there needs to be a way to exit out reasonably easy... but perhaps you can set it up so people can ASSIGN A BUTTON on their controller to kick them out of FullDive or show them a menu ONLY WHEN THE BUTTON IS HIT.
Yes, I understand some people don't use external controllers... but this option SHOULD be implemented for those people that do have an external wireless bluetooth controller.
PS: I looooooooooove the concept of FullDive. It is the closest thing I've found to how the Samsung VR Gear works.. I SINCERELY hope you continue to improve it... because as of it right, it seems that the Gear VR is far more polished... which stinks for me since I don't have a samsung phone.
I have an Alcatel 5044R which only has an accelerometer. Apparently this does not seem to be good enough for the application, although I do not see why. furthermore, you really should either create a controller, or give me specs for making a thumb button controller for point and click, while wearing the goggles, via either the Micro USB or bluetooth.
My phone does not have a gyro and apparently no control. I think as was mentioned above, a bluetooth controller should be used instead of, or in conjunction with your VR program. At this point I would be happy just to watch Starwars Rogue in 3D which is why I bought the VR goggles in the first place.