The Oculus Rift is here, the final product for all us consumers. And it looks great. Not only does it look a lot slimmer and lighter than the developers kit, it also comes with that promise. It’s easy to hold with one hand, so you should be able to endure long gaming sessions with it on without extra stress on your head and neck.
It comes with a built-in headset, but you can remove it in case you want to use your own. It also looks to have an in-headset app or storefront, but that might be from another system. The view of it was very brief.
The have worked long on both the hardware and software, and it looks like it has paid off. This could be the beginning of virtual reality for the mainstream.
The two screens are OLED and provide a wide field of view. That comes combined with the a refined tracking system that works in conjunction with the external sensor that you place on your desk.
The Oculus can also accommodate normal glasses, something many users requested.