>eye have post vitrous detachment
>floaters everywhere, one big one in right eye, smaller on the left
>cant stare at a white background on a 27 inch monitor
No VR for me probably
That reminds me, how are they adjusting for prescriptions with the Rift? Do you wear your glasses under the headset (please fucking no)? Or is there a setting in the software where I can enter my prescription and the thing will compensate for it?
Not that it matters right now, I suppose. I mean, who's actually spending $600 on the thing when there's hardly any content worth playing on it?
There are laser treatments for them now; don't ask me how they somehow manage to zap the floaters without harming the rest of your eye, but apparently it can be done. I'll probably have it attempted someday, maybe insurance will cover it if I claim it's disrupting my work; I've had times where I freaked out and starting swatting the air around me because I thought a bug was in my face and it was a floater; embarrassing to say the least.
Ok nice. My googlefu did not find this shit a year ago and the eye surgeon/doctor never even mentioned a procedure like this.
The LEH-Vitlase is only available privately. It costs £1,725 per eye at the London Eye Hospital.
Might get this done. Need to visit the UK anyways.
If you're too scared for a surgery that you don't urgently need, just wait a few years for medical technology to advance. You'll often find that surgeries become less invasive and many complications disappear, especially when it comes to eye shit
I find that turning my eyes back and shaking them helps sometimes. Some huge ones are pretty much always in my field of vision. No more clear blue skies for me. When its summer all the little ones are clearly visible against the sky.
yeah moving your eye around does help if they're in the way, but for me, seconds later another one replaces it or passes though.
It really sucks that you can't enjoy looking at clear skies.
If I had a really bad case I would just focus on becoming an eye doctor or optometrist. Not to find a cure, just because it would be really hilarious or uncomfortable for patients.
>Or is there a setting in the software where I can enter my prescription and the thing will compensate for it?
That's not possible
I'm sure future HMDs will offer custom lenses for your individual eye sight though
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