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Has anyone ever used a hair net vs alcohol wipes to keep their VR glasses clean when demonstrating? I understand it wouldn't help with covering the face, but it would cover the hair.

You can purchase hair nets in bulk on Amazon. Seems easier, faster and safer then doing a thorough wipe down each time. I am thinking a trade show environment where there may be a lot of people and things to juggle. Stopping to wipe the glasses each time would be a pain, but maybe necessary.

Has anyone considered this? M
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What about using Google cardboard headsets? Less to clean and it can be branded too. I saw them on alibaba for about a dollar a piece, just not sure the shipping cost. Has anyone used it promotionaly?
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@michaelr Hi! Yes, one option. Im suggesting Oculus Go for this example.
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Oculus go is your best bet.
We took cardboard and the Samsung to the Cruise Ship convention and both failed to give out clients a good and comfortable view the Samsung was soooo glitchy and the cardboard is a cheap version and customers know it. One of these days Matterport might go REAL VR and you can use Vive or Rift headset but they do NOT play on real Virtual Headsets.
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