If you're experiencing blurriness on your PlayStation VR2, there are several things you can try to fix the issue. Here's a guide to help you get started:
- Adjust the position of the headset: Make sure the headset is properly positioned on your head, with the lenses aligned with your eyes. You may need to adjust the headband to get a comfortable and secure fit. Make sure the headset is not tilted or angled, as this can cause blurriness.
- Clean the lenses: Dust, smudges, and fingerprints on the lenses can cause blurriness. Use a soft, dry cloth to gently wipe the lenses clean. Avoid using water, cleaning solutions, or abrasive materials, as these can damage the lenses.
- Adjust the IPD (interpapillary distance): The IPD is the distance between your pupils, and it can vary from person to person. If the IPD is not set correctly, it can cause blurriness. To adjust the IPD, go to Settings > Devices > PlayStation VR > Measure Eye-to-Eye Distance. Follow the on-screen instructions to measure your IPD and adjust the headset accordingly.
- Adjust the headset settings: The PlayStation VR2 has several settings that can affect the image quality, including the resolution, screen size, and brightness. Go to Settings > Devices > PlayStation VR > Screen Size and Position to adjust these settings.
- Check your cables: Make sure all the cables connecting the PlayStation VR2 to the PlayStation console and TV are properly plugged in and not damaged. A loose or damaged cable can cause blurriness.
- Try a different game: If the blurriness is only occurring in a specific game or application, it may be an issue with that software. Try playing a different game or using a different application to see if the problem persists.
If none of these steps fix the blurriness issue, there may be a problem with the headset itself. In that case, you may or our customer service team for further assistance.