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Adding lenses to the headset for glasses wearers

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    Vincent Talbot

    Did the lenses have an anti-reflective coating? I ordered cheap glasses to try that too with anti-reflective coating. I hope to received them soon.

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    _MttC

    No, I did not take that option. Let us know about the results.

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    Chris Marabate

    Great idea, it sure is a pain taking on and off the headset with glasses on. It seems a little odd to me that I need my glasses to use the headset considering I'm near-sighted and the screens I'm looking into are right in-front of my eyes.

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    Vincent Talbot

    I just received my lenses (goggles4u) with anti-reflective coating. I picked round lenses. Fit perfectly in the headset. But, the eye tracking doesn't work through them. I think the tracking software should allows customization on what to track, like take a picture of the eye, let the use select the part to track then the eye tracker use the given data to perform its calibration.

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    Harper Hendee

    No eye tracking with lenses seems like a pretty big deal.  But why would it work if the lenses were on your face, but not if the lenses are in the headset?  Seems like something must be blocking the eye tracking sensor.

     

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    Vincent Talbot

    So, for a few months, I abandonned my Fove... but yesterday, as I was doing some cleanup. I pick it up and told myself I should try it again. I was so happy to see the calibration working with my lenses from Goggles4u glued in it. My only problem now is the demos doesn't shows up in the headset.

    Also, vr-lens-lab now offer a frame that can be used in any headset.

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