PSVR2 head size

The PSVR2 head seize is ideal for most players with some caveats that can be adjusted on the fly

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Buyers are greatly interested in the size of a VR headset as it significantly affects its comfort level. The ability of the PSVR headset to accommodate a wider range of head sizes was a positive aspect, but having an even broader range would be advantageous. Sony certainly has improved upon this feature in the now-released system, making the PSVR2 head size a somewhat universal function.

The PSVR2 has a wider range of head sizes than its predecessor. In comparison, the original PSVR headset had dimensions of approximately 187×185×277 mm (width × height × length, excluding the largest projection, with the headband at its shortest). It weighed around 600g, not including the cable.

The exact dimensions and weight of the PSVR2 headset are approximately 187 x 185 x 277 mm and 560g, respectively. This allows it about the same in customizability and comfort for PSVR users.

PSVR2 dimensions

There is a lot of variation in head size from person to person, making it a somewhat unusual metric. However, the PSVR2 headset is designed with a field of view of around 110 degrees, and the team behind it has prioritized both comfort and weight. The headband is adjustable, allowing for a customizable and straightforward fit for players.

In keeping with its original concept, the PSVR2 headset’s scope is also adjustable. This means that the user can adjust the scope to be closer or farther away from their face. As a result, those with larger head sizes need not worry about the headset not fitting properly. Additionally, the PSVR2 is expected to be lighter and slimmer than the previous VR headset, meaning players should not experience discomfort even during extended play sessions.

The PSVR2 features an OLED display method with a panel resolution of 2000 x 2040 per eye. The panel refresh rate can be set to either 90Hz or 120Hz, depending on user preference. The lens separation is adjustable to provide a customizable fit. The field of view is approximately 110 degrees, which is an improvement over the previous model.

In terms of sensors, the PSVR2 has a six-axis motion sensing system that includes a three-axis gyroscope and a three-axis accelerometer. The headset also includes an IR proximity sensor, which works in conjunction with the four embedded cameras for headset and controller tracking. There is also an IR camera for eye tracking per eye.

Will the PSVR2 fit my head?

Although it may not be a perfect fit for everyone, the PSVR2 will accommodate most head sizes. It has an adjustable strap and is about the same size comparison with the PSVR, so if you are concerned it would be best to try on the former hardware before making a final purchasing decision.