The Oculus Rift is a new virtual reality headset that lets players step inside their
favorite games and virtual worlds.
Low Latency 360° Head Tracking
The Rift uses custom tracking technology to provide
ultra-low latency 360° head tracking, allowing you to
seamlessly look around the virtual world just as you
would in real life. Every subtle movement of your head
is tracked in real time creating a natural and intuitive
Stereoscopic 3D View
The Oculus Rift creates a stereoscopic 3D view with excellent
depth, scale, and parallax. Unlike 3D on a television or in a
movie, this is achieved by presenting unique and parallel
images for each eye. This is the same way your eyes perceive
images in the real world, creating a much more natural and
The Oculus Rift delivers a high-end virtual
reality experience at an affordable price. The
Rift is also designed to be as comfortable and
lightweight as possible for long play sessions.
The current Oculus Rift development kit is
369g, similar to a heavy pair of ski goggles
Ultra Wide Field of View
The Oculus Rift provides an approximately 110° field of view,
stretching the virtual world beyond your peripheral vision.
Your view of the game is no longer boxed in on a screen and
is only limited by what your eyes can see. The combination
of the wide field of view with head-tracking and stereoscopic
3D creates an immersive virtual reality experience.
The Oculus Software Development Kit (SDK)
includes out-of-the-box engine integrations for
the Unreal Development Kit, Unreal Engine 4, and
Unity 4 that make getting started with VR game
development easier and faster than ever.
Immersive virtual reality
technology that's wearable
Oculus VR® was founded by Palmer Luckey, selfdescribed virtual reality enthusiast and hardware geek.
The company launched a Kick starter campaign to help
fund development of their first product, the Oculus Rift,
a ground-breaking virtual reality headset for immersive
gaming. With the support of top video game companies
including Valve, Epic Games and Unity, the Kick starter
was an enormous success, raising over $2.4 million in
funding from project backers and supporters around
The team is currently developing the Oculus Rift in an
effort to revolutionize the way people experience
Oculus VR, Inc. is based in Irvine, California.
19800 MacArthur Blvd.
Irvine, CA 92612