Software IPD Adjust on Quest 2
Please add software ipd adjust on top of the hardware solution to improve quality (stereo effect and chromatic aberration) for people that fall in between or slightly out of the 58/63/68mm of the hardware iPd adjustment.
This way we would get a good enough hybrid of quest 1 and rift s in terms of adjustment :)
Sadly there isn’t a quest 2 page on here yet, so I hope that this idea still finds a few people that vote on it :)
João Paulo Caron commented
Antonny Prasetya commented
Congratulations Oculus! Youve made majority of people dissapointed of your IPD adjustment!
Call back all the quest 2 now please refund all the money!
It wasnt so hard for a facebook scale company to make better IPD adjustment systems that can cover better and bigger
Oh mine’s 72mm btw,
Oculus is in a downfall
Humberto Lopez commented
I have a 72 IPD. It would be really nice to adjust the IPD closer. The max setting of 68 is difficult for me to use
Radu Paraschivescu commented
68 is way too low for a max setting. I'm not a lizard or a giant, just a regular dude, my IPD is 71. There's big eye strain from using the Q2 so it's going back. I bet the the super restrictive IPD settings were the result of dumb decisions by marketing + management. There's no way an engineer would come up with something so stupid.
Cullen Karimi commented
My IPD is just slightly above the max setting, so the image never looks quite as good as it should. Major bummer, but at least I'm lucky enough that it doesn't stop me from playing a whole bunch.
Marcus Lesycsyznski-Hall commented
Guys, you can adjust the ipd between the settings and the more you do it the easier they will become to slide in between.
Sebastian Gerhard commented
My girlfriend has an ipd of 55 and can't use the quest 2 she is pretty upset about this. Hoping we get some support here for those that can't use the system comfortably
has anyone an idea how to help with ipd of 56?
park giseok commented
I'm 65 ipd. I'm using quest2 with a set of 63 and my eyes are too tired than when I use Oculus Go. I really want you to support the software method.
Sterling Holland commented
I am 6'9" have a huge head IDP of 76. The quest 2 is the best and worst headset I've ever had. Best for so many reasons and I've bought 3 of them (one was a gift) my first one had dead pixels and been emailing back and forth with oculus to get a replacement for over a month. They wanted serial numbers for everything even the boxes. Don't buy from oculus get from a store and if you have issues return it there.
Junius Jones commented
Facebook knew this was a problem from before the launch. Feels weird. I've purchased 2 of every device since the DK2. Now, the company has decided that my ipd is too much of an inconvenience, for profitability.
fabian botero commented
70mm ipd and having eye strain and blurry image :(
This is needed. I have IPD 60.5 don't feel comfortable on 58mm or 63mm setting.
Increase IPD over 68 to at least 72 like Vive does. Increase FOV.
Josiah Kelly commented
Pretty much unusable for me, will return mine until fixed
Mitko Qnakiev commented
Facebook please add that option, because for most of the users, quest 2 is unuseble
For all 70 IPD users, I am a 69/71 ipd and i found a trick to get over 68mm , i just cut a rigid card slighly larger than the gap between the lenses ( like shopping cards for instance ) and place it between the two lenses to force the gap to be larger.
i guess it's better for me as i have no longer trouble vision when i get off long VR sessions.
Hope it will help, waiting for a real solution though ^^
Damian Paluch commented
omg yes, my IPD is 68 however 3rd setting does little for me, things in +3m away from me get really blurry, please implement a way to set it right using software...
Thomas Wolfe commented
IPD 72.. :(
I have an IPD of 70. I am glad to see this suggestion and I very much hope it will be implemented (and I also hope they will give us better optics overall with the Quest 3). I love my Quest 1 and now that I "upgraded" to Quest 2 I couldn't believe it: Everything blurry except a very small sweet spot.