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 :)
Andy Nicholson commented
Software adjust for IPD on Quest 2 please, mine is 72. 68 as a max isn't enough and ruins what would otherwise be an enhanced experience compared top the Quest 1.
I have an IPD of 66 and have to put it in-between, but that makes things even worse so I had to settle with the 68 setting. Been able to see clearly in DK2, Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest 1.. I love Quest 2 but I want to be able to see a little better please.
I have IPD of 74 mm, what should I do? I feel dizzy when I move and look at the sides.. please add the software adjustment... The processor can handle that easily.
Definitely update the firmware to allow us to fine tune the IPD please
IPD 67 here but Setting 3 (68) feels so strange. :( There must be a solution to make this more comfortable and more accessible.
Danjel Ricci commented
IPD 71 here. I can see clearly just perfectly in the middle, the further I look, the blurrier it becomes.
Please from Rome.. add software adjust on Quest 2. I have about 73mm and i have to compress the quest 2 really ******* my face to see the edge not blurried. but it hurts after a while. so please. please
My IPD is 72 - unfortunately 68mm is not enough for me (and many other users).
Ali Okatan commented
Yes please, my family has generally wider IPD's and mine is just out of the range of this headset. A software supplement would be a trivial option to add and is something available on competing Windows Mixed Reality headsets
Lord Cardigan commented
Please My IPD is 75
Please, my ipd is 60 :(
As someone with ipd 72, I'd really appreciate the implementation
Please fix this! My quest 1 looks better as is more comfortable
Yes! And please remove the software fov restriction. When you move inbetween ipd from the last step, only 1 mm, the fov is cut by software. Why?
I really think it's a good and doable idea (like in the Rift S).
My Oculus Rift CV just broke 1 week ago. I had to replace it with a Rift S or a Quest 2 to enjoy my games (way more than 100 games in my Oculus library).
I have a IPD >70mm, so Rift S isn't enough confortable for me. I have now a Quest 2 set on setting 3 and in fact i'm pretty happy with it but having a software ipd adjustement will improve a lot my experience. It's clear in the center of my view but the sides become blurry. Having a software IPD adjustement will also make you sell more Quest 2 (and have less return).
I hope it's understandable (i speak french).
Rick Wilcox commented
Yes please! 68mm is not enough.
Michaël DM commented
Please Oculus, I have 70+ IPD and I feel scammed right now.
Felix Han commented
Why are people like me who have larger heads with 70+ IPD abandoned and not allowed to enjoy our orders? Not focusing on the centre could potentially damage eyes. I prepared to invest a lot in the library. This ‘minor’ imperfection just reversed everything how I feel about Oculus.
My IPD is 70 and only the center view is crisp. The further away from the center, the higher the chromatic aberration and blur. I cannot even read text and become dizzy after a view minutes.
Please add software IPD adjustments. Otherwise this VR headset is unusable and subject for a return.
I don't need this but I support it. Let people go into some Advanced Device settings set set their IPD. If they set something like 65 show a short animation of putting the lenses between setting 2 and 3. We all know you probably don't like us doing that but we're going to do it anyway. Your research said there was no appreciable difference between 3, 5, or 7 setting options but obviously your sample size was too small (and apparently included nobody with glasses prescription over -3).