I rarely use pass-through mode on my Quest 2, but I had it on longer
than usual the other day and noticed a distortion that would keep
randomly occurring at the top right of my vision. There's no specific
pattern to it, but the distortion is always t...
On May 2, I received my CV1 and it was defective. After a lot of back
and forth with support, I finally received a replacement on June 9th.
Unfortunately, the cable that came with the replacement is defective.On
June 17th, I was told "You can expect ...
Last Wednesday, I finally received a replacement for my Rift which has
red tint/bad gamma/brightness issues. Unfortunately, the replacement
seem to have a defective cable, as the display will sometimes not turn
on and can cut out depending on the pos...
I have an issue which I'm wondering if anyone else has encountered. It
has to do with distorted audio in a couple applications.In both the
'Reset Default View in VR' screen, as well as the game Radial-G, the
audio is overly loud and distorted. Radial...
I just received my Rift today and I believe there's a defect in the left
screen.I first noticed the problem during the initial setup, in the
first VR screen which was an open room with the tracker displayed in
front of you. I noticed the image looks ...
My Quest finally updated. Air Link works really well. It's a huge
improvement over Virtual Desktop for me. The only issue I have with it
is a slight audio delay. It's not significantly noticeable in most
games, but it's quite noticeable in Beat Saber...
What kills the Quest 2 for me is how they decided to deal with IPD
settings. I have an IPD of 60.5 and I get eye strain and fairly nauseous
at settings 1 & 2. I can reproduce the same issue on other headsets by
setting their IPD to the same values. I...
This is unfortunately a problem with the Quest 2. Many of us are hoping
for a software IPD adjustment in the future. You can vote for that