Virtual Reality is the future of interactive entertainment and that future began at Oculus VR in 2012. The VR pioneer has given the Oculus Rift called HMD (Head-mounted Display) two OLED displays with a resolution of 1,080 x 1,200 pixels each, which represent a wide 110-degree field of view and are viewed through two hybrid Fresnel lenses.
The distance between the two lenses can be adjusted to the user's interpupillary distance between 58 and 72 mm using a rotary wheel on the underside of the VR-glasses. The distance between the lenses and the eyes themselves (diopter adjustment) can be adjusted using interchangeable connecting frames with padding for the face, known as "facial interfaces".
The Facial Interface set comes from VR Cover, the manufacturer who reconstructed and skilfully improved the original Facial Interfaces from Oculus VR to allow the use of different foam inserts or more wearing comfort thanks to a recess for the nose. If you feel that the original foam padding is too uncomfortable or if you want to minimize impressions of the padding on your face ("Oculus Face"), you will find a remedy here.…more