I've mentioned this in PM but I'm going to repeat myself here.
I'd like to see all the people wanting to have a cheaper Rift-S or a refund on their recently purchased Rift as a way to exchange to the Rift-S... in the same room as the people who think the Rift-S should have been better.
There's potential for generating considerable energy there. You just have to get the intermix ratio right.... and have a good flow of flux in the phase inducers Captain.
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I didn't know the Go had a fixed IPD.
Every now & then people say useful stuff 😜
I don't know what my IPD is, but my GO has always looked glorious to me!
You are obviously very average, 😉
Do all the people on these forums that know their IPD wear glasses? I was just wondering because I don't know my IPD but I don't wear glasses so maybe that's why.
I currently own Oculus GO though and I don't feel any discomfort compared to my Rift which is also perfect but obviously has the IPD slider. So I'm guessing my IPD must be in the majority range of 65. Although I do have a big head! lol
I'm not sure it has anything to do with having a large head, it's more to do with how far apart your eyes are. I think having a large head would just give you an Oculus face.