A Guide To Virtual Reality

VR headsets sit snugly on your face with support straps on your temples and around your head. This can make it quite uncomfortable if you’re wearing glasses. Users report headaches and pain from the pressure of the mask which causes frames to dig in.

Luckily, over the past few years, we have found ways of making glasses and VR headsets more comfortable. You might even be surprised to learn that, depending on your prescription, you might not even need your glasses at all. You can also visit www.vr-wave.store/products/oculus-quest-1-rift-s-prescription-lenses to know more about prescription lenses for oculus rift s.

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Can you wear glasses in VR?

For the most part, yes. When wearing glasses with VR, most frames should safely fit. However, some larger frames might not be suitable. Before buying a headset, it’s best to measure the length and height of your frames. 

Then, compare the measurements of the headset you intend to buy. Most VR headsets are designed so that visually impaired people can wear glasses while using them. So, there’s no need to worry about wearing your frames.

How do you wear glasses in VR?

Before putting on the headset, make sure the straps are in the loosest setting. Then, slowly pull the straps to tighten around your head and glasses. 

You may notice that your glasses wedge into the foam padding. This is okay as it will help to hold your glasses in place. Although, make sure there isn’t any pressure that could cause your glasses to bend or break.