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Author Topic: Eachine VR D2 goggles = Eye strain?  (Read 250 times)

Offline Droidling

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Eachine VR D2 goggles = Eye strain?
« on: January 10, 2017, 15:40:51 »
I';ve been searching the forum to see if these are worth getting. I currentloy have a pair of old Fat Shark Teleporter V2 goggles. I saw these and saw the diversity setup and the higher resolution spec., and wondered if this would be a cheap way to upgrade.

Many people on the forum are saying they aren';t good if you don';t have 20/20 vision. I haven';t seen any one say why, or mention what vision problems cause the issue.

My eyes aren';t to bad. I have slight astigmatism, and as I get older I';ve started to loose focus if I hold something closer than 10 inches from my face. I can still pass a drivers test eye exam without glasses. Most 50+ people that don';t wear glasses seem to have more trouble seeing than I do. I didn';t have any problems with a 5 hour HTC Vive VR gaming session. Is there any way to tell if these goggles are going to be an issue for me before I buy a pair?.