A firmware discovery indicates that Meta Quest 3 will feature an internal button for adjusting the headset position.
Software analyst NyaVR recently shared some intriguing information on Twitter about the upcoming Meta Quest 3 headset from Meta. According to the code they found in the software, Meta Quest 3 will include a button that will allow users to adjust the lens distance from their eyes, pushing them forward or backward as needed.
This is great news, as the previous headset in the Quest line, the Meta Quest 2, only had a glasses spacer, which frankly wasn’t up to par for many users. It’s about time that Meta listened to user feedback and implemented a more practical solution, and this new button feature for adjusting lens distance in the Meta Quest 3 looks to be a step in the right direction.
One potential downside to this new feature is that users may need to remove the headset from their face in order to adjust the lenses using the button. However, it’s worth noting that this change could greatly benefit users who wear glasses, as it could allow for a more comfortable and customizable fit.
Overall, it’s exciting to see Meta continuing to innovate and improve their VR technology, and we can’t wait to see what other features the Quest 3 will bring to the table.