VR_Gear@roblister Hi, sorry to hear that. Do you usually use the B lenses? If so, yeah the adapter + the B lens = A lens focus, which wouldn't work for people with myopia without glasses. :(
VR_Gear@louiecai20 The problem is that there isn't much more room in the Rift to go wider, you'll also start losing a lot of FOV if you do some sort of custom mod for 75+
I can imagine that it must be very difficult to see through the DK2 at that width. The 69.5 adjusters should still help loads though!
VR_Gear@fidogonzales Oculus never made it possible to buy just the lenses on their own. You could try buy a pair of ones from someone who already owns an Oculus because you get two pairs. If you get the B ones, you can use these adjusters to make them behave like A's.
Otherwise people on this forum might be able to help. http://www.mtbs3d.com/phpBB/ It is where the founder of Oculus first figured out how to make the early Rift prototype and many people there build custom VR headsets
VR_Gear@fidogonzales Hi, no lenses are provided. All of these attachments require that you already have a good pair of B lenses to be used together with the separators.