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Reason nr. 4 – Pixels contribute to Oculus Rift blur issues
Your visuals might be cloudy because of resolution and software as well.
The problem with the games that weren’t originally meant for VR is that the menu is oftentimes just unreadable/blurry due to size.
It’s not really a problem from our side, as it is with the game itself, and with the Oculus Rift resolution.
Resolution on the Oculus Rift S isn’t high enough (yet) to give us a clear picture that lets us read the text from any distance. As long as we have to move our heads closer to text, we are going to need better resolution.
There are things that you can do to counter that:
Solution nr. 1:Tweak the game settings.
I can’t give you an accurate guide on how to do it because every game is different, so you have to do a manual search in Google to find out.
For example, in Elite: Dangerous (the most common game with blur issues) you have to disable the holo/GUI effects in the graphics options.
Another option is to lower the brightness by changing the HUD color. Some games have that option.
In Half-Life 2, you have to configure the FOV.
In Alien Isolation, turning off shadows has helped some people.
Solution nr. 2: Take advantage of supersampling.
Supersampling was originally meant for developers to find performance glitches, but with Oculus Debug Tool, this has become a regularly used setting for VR’erers like us.
I use it in many games.
What it does is, is quadruples (or doubles) your pixels by changing the density of said pixels within the game. That makes everything much clearer. Blur is decreased as well.
It is best to be used if your PC doesn’t mind the extra load.
If you have problems with performance (not the bed one), I would advise being gentle with increasing the supersampling amount in Oculus Debug Tool.
That should only be used if your fps is close to 90. Otherwise, increased clarity isn’t worth the motion sickness.
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