nandrews Posted January 14, 2017 Share Posted January 14, 2017 I attended a demo of the Vive at PCWorld Croydon (UK) yesterday. I am already convinced on VR in general, but was concerned for the fit with spectacles that I wear. But I was rather disappointed with the resolution of the headset video. I had expected it to be clear, but there was a large degree of 'fuzziness' to what I saw. I could read the menu text OK although as I say it wasn't sharp. I was even more surprised when I tried adjusting the focus moving the lenses backwards and forwards or the IPD(?) moving the lenses apart left and right. I assumed they would make a difference to my perception of the 'fuzziness', but in fact they didn't seem make any difference at all, good or bad! So I am a bit puzzled now. I see lots of enthusiasm from other people using the Vive, but can they all be accepting the lack of sharpness to the video. The VR aspect is certainly convincing, so maybe for that, people are willing to sacrifice something. For me, unless I got a bad demo, I will wait another year for things to improve. Nigel Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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