Oculus Rift is a gaming virtual reality headset that will change the gaming experience forever and affordable price !
The current prototype is intended for developers who wants to make their games compatible with Oculus Rift.
Doom3 BFG already supports Oculus Rift and when you order the prototype, you also get the game and you get to experience it like never before !
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I always wanted but never got a Virtual Boy, but I’m glad I waited since the Oculus Rift looks like a much better goggle-based gaming platform. The gadget got the teardown treatment over at iFixit today, thanks to a developer edition secured by the site. The Rift was remarkably easy to pull apart, earning it a very high repairability score.
The Oculus Rift development kit is no longer for sale in most parts of the world, the company reports. The dev hardware for the virtual reality headset has been on sale since Oculus kicked off their Kickstarter campaign, and began shipping around March 30, 2013.
Following up on their massively successful $2.4M Kickstarter campagin, Oculus VR has just locked down a gigantic $16M Series A to help them build the truly amazing Oculus Rift virtual reality goggles.
In case you’ve somehow missed all the hubbub about the Rift, here’s what you need to know: it’s quite possibly the most exciting thing going on in gaming right now.
Today at SXSW, two of Oculus' cofounders took the stage for a Q&A on the future of their burgeoning virtual reality headset.
While they dodged the question that most watching wanted answered, they did dive into what many have asked since the Rift started picking up steam: why now? Plenty have tried this VR thing before, and it's never taken off. Why might the Rift do any better?
The first time people try on the Oculus Rift, they tend to have two immediate reactions. First: "Whoa." Second: "Wait, where's my keyboard? Hold on. Are my fingers on the keys? Just a second. Okay, got it. Wait, lost it. Okay, here we go."
Input on the Rift is a fairly tough nut to crack. One guy's clever solution: use the Rift itself as a button. Read More
It’s hard for me to imagine a hardware startup that is more exciting, more fascinating, and that has more potential to ripple out into a million amazing things than Oculus and their Rift virtual reality headset.
Many of you, it seems, would agree.