Oculus Rift S PC-Powered VR Gaming Headset

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Finally, Oculus also announced that it has not left the VR PC after the release of the Oculus Rift S, the VR flagship flagship VR market. Interestingly, at the GDC 2019, a few minutes ago

Oculus Rift S is a VR glasses for computers developed later from the Oculus Rift, which was released in 2016. Notice that Oculus has left the VR PC for 3 years together and during that time, Oculus has been released. GO and the news of the launch of the Oculus Quest that brought back the squirrels Causing many people to think that oculus has stopped paying attention to the development of VR PC because in this 3 years, other camps have many technologies that overtake the Rift together, such as PimaxVR 8K with 200 FOV wide view, 4K resolution per One eye, HTC Vive with Roomscale walking around

Product description

Oculus Rift S designed with Lenovo puts you at the center of virtual reality’s most pulse-pounding, PC-powered gameplay. See the action unfold all around you through our sharpest lenses and next-generation optics. Lose yourself in the experience with a comfortable, improved design that lets you start playing faster and keep playing longer. Oculus Insight tracking gives you the power to move throughout your playspace in any direction. No external sensors. No complicated setup. Just hands-on action and interaction with our updated Oculus Touch controllers right out of the box. Step into the game and the future of PC VR.

Oculus Rift S Specification

  • Display: Single LED 2560 × 1440 Pixel (equal to Oculus GO)
  • Tracking: 5 cameras to capture objects around the player And controller
  • IPD: No retina adjustment (again)
  • Audio: Built-in, audio system via Oculus GO tube
  1. Fresnel Lens Improved lens
    Higher Pixel Density The number of pixels that are tightened up Oculus Rift S Specification
  2. Oculus Insight Tracking
    The camera sensor system captures objects around the player. In order to identify the location relative to VR, acting as Roomscale, moving without the need for a simple Basestation (originally required to be placed in the corner)
  3. Ergonomic Halo Headband
    New head band that adjusts to the wearer’s body (similar to PSVR)
  4. Touch Controller
    Touch controller Designed to be easier to use
  5. HDMI, USB connection
    The connection line between the Rift S and PC glasses is still HDMI-compliant with USB (which is still not seen in the VR Link in the future).
  6. Field of View (FOV)
    The exact same shape that is expected to not move anywhere from 110 degrees is still in place. It should be able to move through the past 3 years, and it is just as important. With the resolution of the screen

In summary, the Oculus Rift S glasses have more screen resolution, same FOV, PSVR head band and no Basestation.
That is, if it develops more FOVs, add more cheer. Come out like this and then expensive, then buy Samsung Odyssy Plus (+) as well as a fine screen And then cheaper

As for the price, Oculus launched the Rift S at $399 USD and the release date only knows that Spring 2019 is expected to be available at the same time as Oculus Quest.

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