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Mirage Solo: hole, screen, or burn in damage in my right lens?

2018-08-05, 20:23 PM

I can still use the product but there seems to be two large white blobs near the top corner of the right lens. One of the white blobs has a black circle. I think it is a monitor or lens problem since the video recoding mode didn't capture it. Also, when I close my right eye and look through just the left lens, everything is fine. I downloaded a screenshot from google images and tried my best to replicate how it looks like (top right corner of the google street view frame).


Anyone else have this problem?


For context, I've been trying to develop a VR application for libraries non-stop for the last couple of months.




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Re: Mirage Solo: hole, screen, or burn in damage in my right lens?

2018-08-08, 14:37 PM

Hi VRDude,


Welcome to the Community Forums.


Have the technical support team informed of the issues and the things that you have tried so that they can provide immediate option for you. You can go through the Idealine support team with concern about the Mirage solo. 



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Re: Mirage Solo: hole, screen, or burn in damage in my right lens?

2018-08-12, 12:41 PM

Oh that sucks. Gotta keep it away from the window or any source of sunlight or the sun will magnify and immediately burn the the screen. 

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