Calibrate the Quest 2 panel for a better image.
Hi Dear Oculus team.
I think you guys should spend some time carefully calibrating the Quest 2 panel in terms of brightness (backlight), contrast, color vibrance etc...
As we all know it looks washed out compared to the G2. I do not think the panel itself is bad, it just needs calibration.
For starters the brightness is set at full blast. And as you know people has been asking for a fix for that.
We know the panel can give better colors since there is a color vibrance toggle in Virtual Desktop to fix that.
I have found that the Quest 2 does not fit my head shape. I need to raise it around 7-8mm off my cheeks to bring it into focus. The angle to your eyes make a big difference.
I also agree that glare during bright white against dark or black is the biggest visual issue for VR.
colour balance would be amazing. The reds are definitely too high in netflix
Aberro Arman commented
And gamma! Please, don't forget gamma, as this setting is much more important than color vibrance.
I need the brightness turning down at times like when watching prime and Netflix. 2 issues I can forsee 1 is screen burn. Lcd has a habit of wearing out due to prolonged heat from using full brightness and I want my screen to last a long time, 2 bright lights constantly in your field of vision causes headaches after a time especially if tyred lowering the brightness can seriously help combat that for sure also who wants a bright screen at 2am watching late nite movies.
Myron Hobizal commented
The panel in Quest2 is not bright enough for me. But also looks washed out due to it being probably lower grade LCD panels. This should get upgraded in Quest 3. Need LCD panels with better contrast or use mini/micro LED backlit panels. Color adjustment/tine/saturation all need to be accessible in the menus and be able to save permanently on reboot/shutdown.
Miklos Tomka commented
Ideally we should have the option to adjust if nothing else then the brightness. Could help with god rays (less of them) and battery life (longer) too...