I understand there is a slight focus issue on close objects but not very
noticeable. I use B cups which clear it up a bit. But is there something
I can do to downgrade the most apparent screen door effect? Maybe I am
just used to my computer playing ...
Just got this off the official Oculus VR website : FYI"Temporarily
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Yeah very visible to me also. Demos or games with high light in them are
the worst....like Skyrim. Its immersive but its bright and you see the
choppy graphics sde more. The darker the scene the better.
"cybereality" wrote:The SDE doesn't really bother me too much anymore.
It's there, sure, but it's not a show stopper.I agree Cybereality. Its
an issue but once you get involved in a game or demo you forget about
it. I know you guys at Oculus have don...
I have had it a day or two. Is the screen door effect due to how close
the screen is actually to the lens? Now when I play a game I sometimes
not notice it. The only thing I notice ingame is the slight slight
blur/focus on objects, and the distance l...