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Here are some tips on how to stay comfortable and have the best experience using your HoloLens.
For step-by-step instructions and a video about putting on and adjusting your device, see Fit your HoloLens.
The fit and comfort tips in this topic are meant only as general guidance—they don't replace any laws or regulations, or your good judgment when using HoloLens. Stay safe, and have fun!
If you experience discomfort, take a break until you feel better. Try sitting in a well-lit room and relaxing for a bit. The next time your use your HoloLens, try using it for a shorter period of time at first.
To see the top edge of the holographic frame, move the device so it sits higher on your head, or angle the headband up slightly in front. To see the bottom edge, move the device to sit lower on your head, or angle the headband down slightly in front. If the left or right edge of the view frame isn’t visible, make sure the HoloLens visor is centered on your forehead.
Try adjusting the position of your device visor so the holographic frame matches your natural gaze. Here’s how:
The overhead strap can help keep your HoloLens secure on your head, particularly if you’re moving around a lot. The strap may also let you loosen the headband a bit. Learn how to use it.You can also experiment with the positioning of the headband—depending on your head size and shape, you may need to slide it up or down to reposition it on your forehead.
If your HoloLens is adjusted correctly, the nose pad should rest lightly on your nose. If it feels heavy on your nose, try rotating the visor up or adjusting the angle of the headband. You can also slide the device visor out—grasp the device arms just behind the visor and pull forward gently.
The device visor can slide in and out to accommodate eyewear. Grasp the device arms just behind the visor and pull forward gently to adjust it.
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