Better in My Eyes is a resource pack by El_has that, as the name already suggests, has been designed to give the visuals of Minecraft a bunch of tweaks that make the game look easier on the eyes. Before we go into any of the pack’s specifics, we want to highlight that it’s not meant to give the visuals a complete overhaul so, if you’re looking for a completely fresh visual experience, you should probably try another resource pack. On the other hand, if you’re content with the core art style of vanilla Minecraft and simply want to improve it in various ways, Better in My Eyes is sure to impress.
The biggest change made by the Better in My Eyes resource pack is the fact that it removes noise from pretty much every single texture that it changes. Noise is a common issue in Minecraft textures that can end up making even the most detailed textures look rather lackluster but, thanks to the Better in My Eyes resource pack, this is an issue that you won’t have to concern yourself with all that much. Alongside this, the pack also features a minor amount of user-interface tweaks, and it even reduces the amount of streaks on glass in order to help visibility.
The Better in My Eyes resource pack, as you’d expect, has a resolution of 16×16 so you’ll be able to run it without any major trouble as long as you’re playing Minecraft on a computer that can support the vanilla version of the game without encountering frame-rate troubles. The pack isn’t at full completion yet but, considering how regularly it receives updates, it probably won’t be long before it’s sitting at 100% completion.
How to install Better in My Eyes Resource Pack?
- Start Minecraft.
- Click “Options” in the start menu.
- Click “resource packs” in the options menu.
- In the resource packs menu, click “Open resource pack folder”.
- Put the .zip file you downloaded in the resource pack folder.