The Virtual Reality Wave Lens for the Meta Quest 2

wave vr lens

Wearing a VR headset can literally become a headache when you are a glasses wearer. Elisha, a regular glasses wearer, decides to try the Wave Lens from VR Wave out to make the headset experience more comfortable. The prescription lens pop in magnetically so you can wear a headset directly without your glasses. You can apply your prescription on the website with additional customization options such as a blue-light filter, anti-glare, extra magnetic bases, and more.

Elisha explains the discomfort of wearing glasses under your headset, and the constant adjusting of the lens to align to your glasses needed to see clearly. He gives a demo on how to input the lens into the mount. Keep in mind that you’ll need additional information such as IPD to purchase your glasses. We walk through how the price changes as you change the prescription settings on the website.

In this review, Elisha explains why he chose the Wave Lens, how it is to wear them, and explains if he regrets this decision or not. We leave you with tips on how to research to find the lens that will work best for you.

Elisha Terada

Elisha Terada

Technical Innovation Director

Over the last ten years, Elisha has worked closely with clients to pinpoint business growth opportunities using the latest tech innovations. He’s managed and engineered as a core contributor on more than ten SaaS products leveraging web, mobile, and machine learning technologies.

Elisha holds a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship from the University of Washington, is a Certified ScrumMaster, and has spoken at industry events including AIGA HIVE Seattle.

An innovator at heart, he is constantly exploring emerging technology.