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FPV Goggles for double-vision...

#1
Ok, so the title says it all. I have double-vision. Fixed with glasses. I have BetaFPV VR02, but can't wear glasses under those...they are fine most of the time, but in quick maneuvers that come with tiny whoops, I sometimes lose focus, which compounds into a bump in the wall, or even crash. If I'm tired, I can't really focus, either. I'm not talking exhaustion, just if my eyes are tired...

Anyone else with double-vision have any input? I'm thinking a dual-screen goggle will make this a non-issue, but I have no idea. My prescription other than double-vision is minor and for distance anyway. I'm just flying tinywhoop/micro-drones around the house...for now. The VR02 don't have any range issue in my house. Even flying into the room that has my WiFi router, no issue besides a little static. But, I'd like external antennas for some ground vehicle FPV in the future (I have a camera/vtx, just have to set it all up).

Maybe FatShark Scout are my option. They are affordable, at least...and my glasses should fit in them no issue (narrow frames). But if I can avoid wearing glasses for FPV, that is the best option...

Thanks!
 
#4
Diplopia is the actual issue, commonly called double vision. I don't see one image, I see two overlapping images side by side. Glasses made life enjoyable again, and have probably prevented injury too lol! I have minor positive correction as well, eye Dr said that wasn't enough to normally require glasses on its own.
 
#6
I've been looking at the fatshark scout box goggles. They don't look much bigger than my vr02s, but should fit my glasses, and have dvr 😊

I have found them for $170 after sale, so $190 or so after tax, not terrible for the features...