Watch VR Porn with HTC Vive and Vive Pro

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For some time now there have been various instructions on the Internet on how to equip the HTC Vive or the HTC Vive Pro with lenses from the Samsung Gear VR. The modders hope for a bigger sweet spot and less God Rays. We only modified our HTC Vive Pro because the lenses were scratched, but we are positively surprised by the improvement.

HTC Vive and Vive Pro with Samsung Gear VR lenses for a great VR porn experience

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To equip the HTC Vive with Samsung Gear VR lenses, you will need a 3D print to hold the lenses, a small screwdriver and a knife. First you screw through the front of the Samsung Gear VR and remove all screws until you reach the lens holder. Here you press in 3 notches on each side and release the lenses from the mount.

Now you go with a thin knife to the lenses of HTC Vive. Simply put the knife between the holder and the lens, lever out the lens and insert the lenses of the Samsung Gear VR including the printed holder. No force needs to be applied during this process. The lenses are only inserted and hold afterwards.

Remove the Vive Pro lensWhen you have replaced the lenses, you are almost there. Now all you have to do is adjust the curvature of the image to match the lenses. First you get the appropriate config file for the Vive or the Vive Pro.

Impression after the exchange

If you switch between the conventional and the modified Vive Pro, you immediately notice that the sweet spot is now much larger and the image remains sharp towards the edges. In addition, there are fewer light reflections to be seen, which makes the image clearer.

  • We got a good result when correcting the curvature, but it’s not 100% perfect yet. However, this is only noticeable if you pay attention to the lines on the floor when rotating in the empty SteamVR scene.
  • The Field of View is slightly smaller after the modification, but the larger sweet spot ensures that this minimal difference doesn’t matter. In addition, the new lenses protrude a bit further, which might be a problem for people with visual aids.
  • Although we had to replace the lenses of the HTC Vive Pro anyway, the modified version feels like it had been repaired more than once. The end result is actually an upgrade, which we may use on our working glasses as well.