The $599 headset is the first of its kind to hit the mass business part.
Facebook needs Oculus and their interpersonal association to stream the snappiest, high determination 360 recordings out there.
The Oculus Rift, the astounding virtual reality headset that kick began the present day virtual reality rage (really), has begun sending its first customer thing to buyers, according to the top managers at the association (a reinforcement of Facebook, which purchased it in 2014).
The contraption went at a deal in January 2015 for $599 (a quality that excludes the gaming PC you’ll need to impact it), and Popular Science’s own particular Dave Gershgorn was among the committed who plunked down the money to get one. Clearly, I believe he is empowered.