My bad. I guess it'd be pretty immersive with the tracking alone and I overestimated the importance of stereoscopic 3D as a part of the overall VR experience.
You don't. I mean I'm sure it wouldn't hurt to have both eyes but I also only have vision in one eye and I tried this out on the playstation road trip thing a few years back and it worked just fine for me. Played far point and almost forgot about my lack of vision in one eye.
You'd need vision in both eyes to be able to experience the VR unfortunately.
I wear glasses too but the effect is still incredible to me. It does make me feel hot and queasy after a while though sadly
lol well I've so far resisted as I wear glasses when using PC/playing console, not quite sure how well that would work with a VR headset