Originally Posted by SubSt8
Welp I decided to return it, after playing with it for hours yesterday and today I can't find the sweet spot. I really enjoy it but I wont accept any blurriness for $800, this is just for me though. I think my eyes are off or something because no matter how I try I get some bluriness and I am not willing to take the thing apart to make it work for me.
I also missed having two screens while gaming, and the fact of the smaller resolution. I bought the device to make PC gaming better but ended up missing more things than gaining. Ah well sony has a good return policy. I will be keeping up to date on this device though and hopefully the second version will be improved. Even then though I don't see me buying another one only for the fact I enjoy having multiple monitors.
Thanks for the advice everyone though.
SubSt8 - pal you are not alone regd the sweet spot issue - hmz is known for it's limitations regd. optics [small exit pupil] which is reason enough for me not to get it even for free!
what amazes me is that Sony which has best of engg. brains - yet it cannot design this perfectly and this another unknown company [SMD] has come up with 1080p HMD with huge exit pupil.
Seems SMD has done the homework right and is trying to succeed where everyone failed including Sony
1)i have read reviews that OLEDs displays are not sharp enough and the image is seen behind the pixel grid - is it true ?
Truth be hold there is no HMD in the market for true VR gaming be it Sony /st1080 each with it's pros/cons but NOT perfect.
so my hope is with st1080 only and i am waiting when they start to ship without lag! although fov is less but i guess the image q is better than sony as long as i do not see the pixel grid or have screen door effect [small exit pupil] and latest 3D formats bilt-in as bonus - hehehe