And Now, A Face Pad For PlayStation VR Gaming

[Image: Inside Games]
[Image: Inside Games]
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We’ve already seen the VR sanitary covers, but now, here is a VR face pad. This is a very good idea!

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As pointed out on Inside Games, it’s called the VR Cushion Mask for PSVR, and it tries to make the headset a bit more comfortable and, well, cushiony.

[Image: Inside Games]
[Image: Inside Games]

The pad also absorbs sweat and prevents light from creeping into your VR experience.

[Image: Inside Games]
[Image: Inside Games]

It’s one-size-fits-all and goes on sale next month in Japan for 1,180 yen (US$11.20). 

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DISCUSSION

I haven’t try this VR googles thing, but i’ve read in Gizmodo and kotaku that Sony’s PSVR is one of the more comfortable or possibly even the most comfortable among VR googles.

And yet even that still need help from things like this. So, i wanna ask how’s PSVR ranks in term of comfort among VR googles?