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I'm considering purchasing the Quest system but I can only see in one eye.

RickRiverRickRiver Posts: 3
Does anyone know if you need two eyes to fully appreciate and enjoy the experience including the 3D aspect?
Thank you

Best Answers

  • wuzpwuzp Posts: 320
    Accepted Answer
    I have both congenital blindness in one eye, and deafness in one ear.  VR is just like IRL, except that with the prescription lens inserts, I don't need to wear glasses.  Now, if only someone could please develop a CROS audio driver, for the headset.
  • ThmoasThmoas Posts: 334
    Accepted Answer
    One eyed people might also rely more on the blurring of objects due to different focus at different distances. This is something that VR misses for everyone at this point.


  • RickRiverRickRiver Posts: 3
    Thanks very much!
  • Patg1965Patg1965 Posts: 24
    Brain Burst
    I only have one eye and play most games. I just move around to see. This is not working for Deep Diving VR Platinum Edition. 
  • TomCgcmfcTomCgcmfc Posts: 2,261 Valuable Player
    I just wish my wife would turn a blind eye with all my paypal charges, lol!  Sorry, bad taste.

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  • RickRiverRickRiver Posts: 3
    thanks so much. Really appreciate the help.
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