VR Accomplices: Advantages Of Prescription Lenses For VR

The popularity of VR(virtual reality) headsets is on the rise, and they don't seem to be slowing down. It is natural that so many people are stuck at home because of the current world situation that virtual worlds are becoming more popular. 

PSVR prescription lenses VR Wave are customizable, custom-made lenses that are specially crafted with your SPH, CYL, and AXS values in mind for both the left and right lenses, so they fit your eyes perfectly as prescription lenses should. 

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Blue Light Filter

When you spend too long in front of the screen, your eyes can develop some complications. Blue light is a kind of light ray that is emitted by electronic devices such as TVs, smartphones, tablets, computers, and VR headsets, among others. 

Blue light can lead to some eye problems such as decreasing contrast and digital eye strain, which is why having blue light filters incorporated into your prescription lenses is of utmost importance. 

Anti-Glare Coating

Prescription glasses wearers probably faced glare problems once or twice during their use, which is quite common. Glare can happen when light is reflected by the prescription glasses’ lenses and, even though this is usually due to natural light or artificial light, it can also happen when using a VR headset. 

VR Wave also offers protection for these scenarios with their anti-glare coating, so no light obfuscates the beauty and adventurous wonders that await you in the virtual world.

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