Oculus is revealing a special standalone VR headset that will attend the center of their selection between the mobile Gear VR and premium Oculus Rift, called Oculus Go. Oculus Go will deliver beginning the following year for $199, very little more than the $129 Gear VR and considerably less versus $499 Rift. It’s expected to allow daily uses of VR without the trouble of connecting in a phone or computer, at a reasonable cost aim. Mark Zuckerberg announced the news at this year’s Oculus Connect conference, stating it’s an approach to achieve his next goal for Oculus: getting one billion people in VR.
‘Oculus Go’ doesn’t need a phone or PC.
The essential available VR headset yet as stated by Zuckerberg, Oculus Go belongs to Oculus’ larger aim of obtaining one billion people into virtual reality. “We have to make sure virtual reality is accessible to everyone and we have to work both on affordability and quality,” said Zuckerberg.
Oculus ships Go headset developer kits in November on a consumer release in 2018.