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VR Experience with Oculus Rift DK2

People would say that Oculus Rift is today’s leading hardware product and virtual reality head-mounted display. Oculus VR has been praised by critics and decorated with honors, including “Best of E3 2012 Nominee” despite being an extremely young idea at the time. This award encouraged company to continue developing and the result is improved Development Kit (Oculus Rift DK2).

Experience a Virtual Reality

Mainly, the Oculus Rift is VR (Virtual Reality) system that is an affordable and high quality product and it is earliest & great virtual reality experience. It is one of the biggest names in the technology and also more than just a gaming platform. Think about it – this is not merely for gamers but it can be used by other devices, too. Education for instance, imagine including Virtual Reality in educational programs as a platform for exploring history and learning about Middle Age or dinosaur’s. We have to create content first which is definitely in progress somewhere at the moment, but Oculus Rift will enable us to make this step forward.

Take a Quick Look on Its Technical Side

Currently two development designs are available, Development Kit 1 and Development Kit 2. DK2 HMD has a 1920 X 1080 low-persistence OLED display and it also represents a leap forward from DK1. The virtual technology behind Oculus Rift is that it is controlled by a camera and great positional tracking which is a key requirement for virtual reality and for truly interactive and immersive experience. It also offers an experience to consumers of 3D movies and has 5.7-inch head mounted display.
The Oculus Rift – a full 3D virtual reality system that is fascinating the attention of designers of games across the world. Device is compatible with major gaming development platforms (Unity, Unreal…) and it has an endless potential hardware. The technology used by Rift is character viewport tracking and it provides the highest-quality gaming experience.

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