How To Play Oculus Quest 2 With Glasses
The Oculus Quest 2 offers an affordable way to become completely immersed in a virtual world at home. The ultimate form of escapism, you can team up with friends and compete online, work out in a VR studio, explore Machu Picchu with National Geographic or dare yourself to walk through a horror experience. The Oculus Quest 2 provides a sharp, smooth, and fully immersive form of entertainment, but if you wear glasses, you’re going to struggle! And that’s why we’ve created Quest 2 prescription lenses to empower VR gamers and eliminate fog, steam, and discomfort while playing.
Playing Oculus Quest 2 With Glasses
While there’s really nothing stopping you from putting your glasses on and playing VR, you’re going to be putting your comfort and performance on the line. The device is not designed to be used with glasses, but it does come with a glasses spacer to give you enough room to play with your glasses on. But, and this is where a lot of people get extremely frustrated while playing, the spacer will allow the screen to quickly become steamed up and foggy. Now you can, of course, take the VR headset off and wipe the screen to continue playing fog-free, but when you’re completely immersed in a VR world or playing a fast-paced game such as Hyper Dash, the last thing you’ll want to do is stop and wipe away the condensation! Not only is it going to break your immersion and disrupt gameplay, but it can quickly become annoying as you’re spending more time wiping than actually enjoying the game or VR experience.
Contact Lenses With Oculus Quest 2
For those who use contact lenses, yes, you can enjoy a better gaming experience than trying to wear glasses with your headset on. But, as most lens wearers will know all too well, eye strain is painful, and after 20 minutes of playing the Oculus Quest 2 with your contact lenses in, you might start to experience a headache or eyestrain. This is also down to blue light which can also add to eye fatigue and blurred vision. In fact, the American Academy of Ophthalmology found that spending too long looking at a VR screen can cause eye strain. Plus, for those who wear daily contact lenses, if you’re wearing glasses rather than your lenses but fancy a quick VR session with your Oculus Quest 2, putting in your lenses for around 20 minutes does feel like a waste!
So, what’s the solution?
Your prayers have been answered by the gods of VR gaming! Let us introduce you to the fog-free reality of Quest 2 prescription lenses. With a blue light filter to decrease eye strain and fatigue, simply choose your unique prescription online to have bespoke eyepieces made that fit snug straight onto the original Oculus Quest 2 device, giving you the best possible VR view.
With an anti-glare and scratch-resistant coating, you can finally enjoy sharp, smooth, and fog-free VR! Click here to order your very own Oculus Quest 2 Prescription Lenses. And if you can’t find your prescription, simply contact our Oculus Quest 2 Prescription Lense team for a custom order!