Oculus Rift + Touch Virtual Reality System
- Get 6 free titles, including: Robo Recall, Luckyʼs Tale, Quill, Medium, Dead and Buried, and Toybox
- Riftʼs ultra low-latency tracking offers unparalleled immersion
- The Oculus Touch controllers bring your hands into VR, letting you interact naturally with the virtual world
- NVIDIA GTX 1050Ti/AMD Radeon RX 470 or greater Graphics Card Required and a RAM of 8 GB+ RAM
- Windows PC and internet connection required - review recommended specs to confirm system compatibility
- Compatible OS: Windows 10
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Headset 2: Display cutting in/out & glue on lens.
Headset 3: Glue on lens.
Headset 4: Right headphone cutting in/out.
If you get a good headset, they're a lot of fun. Unfortunately, I've had issue after issue. They most common/recurring issue has been glue inside the lens, causing a degradation to image quality (affected areas of the lens are blurry to look through). Luckily Amazon's return policy is very effective. Currently awaiting receipt of my 5th headset - think I'll sell it and walk away from VR until next gen headsets are released.
The controllers feel so natural in your hands you quickly forget you're even holding them, brilliance.
I wish the sensor chords were longer and I wish a third sensor was included, as even in small spaces you can notice some immersion breaking lulls in the sensor's range. Wouldn't recommend just having them in front of you like the setup recommends, as soon as you turn around your hands would float away. You want to have one sensor on either side of you, one high and one a bit lower if you can manage it. Once it's all set up though you should be okay.
Most of the games are $30+ for a game that takes an hour tops to finish, most games feel like Demos and aside from Arizona sunshine they've all felt kind of weak. Poker VR is pretty great to sit down and chill, very social too :)
Not a fault of the oculus, or even VR necessarily, but getting past the motion sickness will take a few solid hours of gameplay, especially for thumbstick fluid movement rather than 'teleporting' which I highly recommend getting used to, to play most games better. Some people give up and assume it will always make them feel sick, but trust me, you get used to it after a few days tops.
I'm very excited about the future of gaming and I believe the Oculus is as good as it gets for now.
Most people think that VR is just about head tracking, but they don't realize this generation of VR has motion tracking, and the Rift takes it to the next level with their Touch controllers, allowing you to make a fist, point your finger, give a thumbs up all in VR. It makes for an amazing experience.
Easy setup and I was going in minutes. There's a seamless integration with the various game shops (and I'm using this with Steam, Viveport and Oculus apps) that just works better than WMR sets I've tried.
So much fun to be had! :)
If you're interested in VR, I'd recommend windows mixed reality or the HTC Vive. The former is cheaper and easier to set up, the latter actually works. Both are a tremendous improvement on the Oculus Rift.
It was quick and simple to set up, and works great for room scale. No issues with any games so far on either SteamVR or Oculus store.