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When you connect the Pico Neo 3 pro to the Streaming Assistant and steamVR it seems that the 0,0,0 of the play space in steam is where you are standing when connecting. When setting up the chaperone/boundaries/room in the SteamVR setup what are the dimensions that are being stored in steamVR? are they in meters? what are the axes and where are all the positions calculated from?

Here's a copy of my chaperone file, and i'd configured a standing and a room layout:

{
"jsonid" : "chaperoneinfo",
"universes" : [
{
"collision
bounds" : [
[
[ -1.13423049, 0, -1.15038049 ],
[ -1.13423049, 2.43000007, -1.15038049 ],
[ -1.24385798, 2.43000007, 0.93577832 ],
[ -1.24385798, 0, 0.93577832 ]
],
[
[ -1.24385798, 0, 0.93577832 ],
[ -1.24385798, 2.43000007, 0.93577832 ],
[ 1.16594028, 2.43000007, 0.850182831 ],
[ 1.16594028, 0, 0.850182831 ]
],
[
[ 1.16594028, 0, 0.850182831 ],
[ 1.16594028, 2.43000007, 0.850182831 ],
[ 1.14974487, 2.43000007, -0.919186473 ],
[ 1.14974487, 0, -0.919186473 ]
],
[
[ 1.14974487, 0, -0.919186473 ],
[ 1.14974487, 2.43000007, -0.919186473 ],
[ -1.13423049, 2.43000007, -1.15038049 ],
[ -1.13423049, 0, -1.15038049 ]
]
],
"play_area" : [ 2.29999995, 1.70000029 ],
"seated" : {
"translation" : [ -0.587078512, -0.044080101, -0.307989299 ],
"yaw" : 0.00379323959
},
"standing" : {
"translation" : [ -0.0832189471, -0.0183224771, 0.336144596 ],
"yaw" : 1.5533433
},
"time" : "Sat Nov 13 18:47:40 2021",
"universeID" : "2019"
}
],
"version" : 5
}

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Dear developer,

Pico Streaming Assistant is based on SteamVR so it follows the norms of SteamVR. To gain more specific parameters about Steam Chaperone, you may refer to the SteamVR websites.

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