You're wearing it wrong! How to adjust Google's Daydream headset
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If you just bought a Google Daydream View VR headset, you might be wondering, why the heck doesn't it fit?
Well, you might be adjusting it wrong.
You might tug instinctually at the straps to try and get it tight.
That's not going to work Even if you manage to get it nice and tight around the back of your head, it's gonna press into your cheeks and forehead quite a bit.
How long do you think you can keep doing this?
Like five, ten minutes.
I think after 20 minutes or so I might get a headache.
Instead, what you wanna do is wear it a bit more like a crown.
You'll take it off, tighten up the straps in the back by pulling on the plastic clips to the side.
And position the back of the strap near the top of your head more like a crown.
That way the curvature of the strap rests on the top of your head and creates a pivot point between the very back, up here, and the top of the headset up here, making it act more like a lift.
That way the bottom part rests on your cheek Instead of pushing in on them like a tight ski goggle mask.
That's a little better, yeah.
It definitely feels more comfortable now.
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