I will see if I can have a friend test it out. If you have it on your head and shift it up/down/away/towards your face does it get any better? The Rift S and Quest 1 had much larger sweet spots which is why they didn't have this problem. But, if you spend a few minutes to adjust the headset's tilt (move the plastic side pieces up / down to adjust), you can find a perfect sweet spot.
I notice this all the time, have not found a solution tho. Faraway object are usually lower in texture to optimize performance.And object too close to you will be blurry too. I might try getting a cord just to see if it makes any difference and play when my partner is not playing online COD. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Don't really have anything to compare it to since this is my first VR headset, but should the text be super crisp like I'm reading a monitor? Is this a defect?
Intel 5820K [email protected], Titan X (Maxwell), 32GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4, ASRock X99 Taichi, Samsung 500Gb 960 Evo M.2, Corsair H100i v2 Cooler, Inateck KTU3FR-4P USB 3 card, Windows 10 Pro v2004 (19042.572) I will try submitting a ticket but if it is a physical defect, can they do anything about it since I bought it from a store in person? I heard that helps and I always make sure that I tighten the elite strap nice and tight. Ensure that the flash is turned off. The sweet spot is very small, meaning anything not directly in front of you will be out of focus, and even things directly in front of you will be blurry unless your IPD exactly matches one of the three settings.
I had some blurriness too, and I fixed it by putting in the eyeglasses spacer. Ironically this should be made easier with presbyopia!
Have a look at this post for some estimated comparison figures on pixels-per-degree of vision: https://forums.oculusvr.com/community/discussion/comment/578823#Comment_578823. Doesn't make sense but that's just how it works. It looks like you're new here. It can be hard to tell the difference between blurry lenses or just it being the device. I have a rift s and it never seemed blurry. Either the IPD isn't set right or the headset isn't sitting correctly on your face. I launched Minecraft, and the res makes the game look very blurry. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! And, after various problems, I got Minecraft onto SteamVR. Or do I just have the headset adjusted incorrectly? I think those of us who had a DK2 before CV1 were really pleased with the improvement in clarity but otherwise it could have taken a little getting used to.
I knew there would likely be some performance/graphic issue with the Virtual Desktop so initially it wasn't a big deal that it wasn't perfect. On mine it's pretty sharp at dead center but gets blurrier as it gets closer to the edge. By Mat Paget on September 16, 2020 at 6:36PM PDT The Oculus Quest … Have you tried using the glasses insert? That's what I did. thanks to all guys. It's just not HD yet.
The Oculus Quest 2, which costs $300, is more compelling and easier to set up. My eyes are nearsighted.....but I STILL have to wear my glasses with my rift. All rights reserved.
To put it in perspective OP, the graphics card that laptop has, or at least the one I saw had a GTX 965m, the minimum GPU is a GTX 1060. No sweet spot found, but I can't imagine that there's one I haven't tried... tilting, moving closer, farther away, all IPD setting. Is this normal? If you had quest 1 and this is worse then that's an issue. When I first started the game, the graphics seemed okay. Only run it if you absolutely need to. Super bummed. Quest 1 and Quest 2 have identical optics...(not sure about rift s), Did you have quest 1? Cookies help us deliver our Services.
Is it a software issue? Yes, that's normal. I find that in the home area, the menus are crispy but the whole home area and vista behind it is pretty blurry. Unfortunately, that's just how the Quest 2 is made. It’s currently in beta. There's always a chance of a fault with a lens but that's pretty rare. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. Is this a defect? Although the Oculus Quest VR headset holds some downsides to watching movies with it (headset becomes uncomfortable after a prolonged time of use, slightly pixelated and blurry image further away from your focal point) there is absolutely no reason why you can not enjoy the experience.
If you are running stream VR in the background, sometimes its hooking and rerendering can cause things in the Rift to turn blurry as well, Elite: Dangerous is a very good example of how Steam VR can do this. The lenses have a pretty limited sweet spot so the first thing might just be that the headset is a bit too high or low. Assuming that it's not a general vision problem like fogging or the headset not sitting properly on your face (which can cause blurriness)… clarity of vision in VR is not going to be anything like gaming on a 4k monitor, or even a 1080. In a similar vein, my partner has had both her eyes lenses replaced with fixed lenses as she had cataract in both eyes. Or do I just have the headset adjusted incorrectly? The Oculus Quest 2 is launching at a much lower price compared to either of Facebook's last-gen headsets, coming in at only $299 for the base 64GB model and $399 for the 256GB one. If that's the case, it's really just a matter of getting used to focussing at the same distance at everything you see, near or far. Same problem, but I don't wear glasses. Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. Is it blurry all around or just in some areas? I'm the same, very near sighted so the 2m focal distance is way too far for me to see clearly without glasses. Make sure you have the latest apk/desktop app here: Windows 10 automatically update drivers, but you can also use. If no, then this is just how it is. It's possible that your brain is unconsciously telling your eyes to focus at a farther distance when the objects seem far away which then cases the problem. Can you restart your headset and test with multiple applications. If you can't see the matrix then likelihood is that optics aren't right for you.
I just got an Oculus Rift over the weekend and I am finding it hard to read text on the device. AMD Ryzen 7 1800X | MSI X370 Titanium | G.Skill 16GB DDR4 3200 | EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 | Corsair Hydro H110i. Just like real life. Question/Support. I do notice it in games, not as much as in the menu, but it’s there. But my set up is quite good, which really helped. I also found that tilting the headset downward a little (by sticking a finger between my forehead and the facial interface) makes it crystal clear. Yep, things that are near in the rift and things that are far away actually all have the same focal distance because it's just all on the same screen.
Looks like its time for a laptop upgrade :( Such a pity. I’ll try the glasses instead, I don’t have the elite strap, it’s taking forever to ship lol. hello, I have the same problem, a permanent blur that gives headache over time, I do not know how to explain it, it's as if your eyes were offbeat, and yet I regularly do the test with the green cross, she is always right. Hi DaftnDirect I tried cleaning the lenses, same blurriness for all users (familly, friend) I followed your link and my pictures looks like CV1 maybe worse... should I return this piece? I managed to get it working on Virtual Desktop. Experience your favorite YouTube channels, videos and creators in virtual reality. It's difficult if you've never tried VR before but realistic expectations are so important. I have Presbyteria (44 old) anyway it should not be a problem in VR... also noticed game like Lucy s Tale looks almost perfect clear so everything near me is OK but Presbyteria means progressively worsening ability to focus clearly on close objects - weird, Well give it a try anyways I try wearing your glasses with the rift ( If you have small frames ). Is it a software issue? Rift won't be as clear as a TV or monitor since the way the lenses enlarge the screen. Sure there is no glue residue on the lenses or scratches like some of us experience out of the box that affect image quality? I just got a quest 2 and I can tell the resolution is high but at the same time, it’s blurry. I wear glasses and sometimes I can have some really light smudges that I won’t notice in real life, but will notice with the HMD right up to my face. so now she has a fixed focal distance, Im wondering if using the rift will be blurry for her.
Steam has me set to 1500x1500 per eye, and whenever I … I have an ipd of about 63mm so setting 2 is the least blurry out of the 3. Is your image still sharp as you get closer to the edge of the screen? Has anyone else had this issue and is there a solution? Yes. It's just a resolution issue that you're not used to. :).
Another thing is the lenses could be a bit blurry from smudges. I just got a quest 2 and I can tell the resolution is high but at the same time, it’s blurry. Oculus Quest - Virtual Desktop - Blurry Performance. I played HLA on my Quest with Virtual Desktop. You have to move the headset around on your face to find that sweet spot, If you get the spot, suddenly it sharpens up considerably. Oculus Quest 2: Blurry Text? Make sure you use a microfiber cloth and not a tshirt though since using a tshirt can damage your Quest lens and best case will just redistribute the oil rather than picking it up. Isn’t the quest 2 higher resolution than the rift s?
In addition if possible see if someone else is able to try your headset. I think if you can make out the individual pixel matrix, which you should be able to do if you look carefully then there's nothing wrong with the optics. Surprised that nobody mentioned this but if you wear glasses you might have to wear them while using the rift or buy prescription inserts for your rift. If you are still experiencing display issues we recommend submitting a ticket by clicking here with a photo of your display.