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Oculus Rift

Oculus Rift
  • Field of View

    110°

  • Resolution

    1080 × 1200 px (per eye)

  • Refresh Rate

    90 Hz

  • Weight

    470 g

Description
The Oculus Rift is a new type of PC-based VR headset designed specifically for video games. This advanced piece of technology features a 1080 × 1200 px per eye, 360° room-scale tracking and a 90Hz refresh rate. There are also sensors to detect you in physical space, so you can take a step or lean around corners in your virtual environment. Available for Windows 10. Dive into the action with the Oculus Rift!
Specification
Sizing
Dimensions
184 × 114 × 89 mm
Weight
470 g
Other
Mini Display Port?
No
Flip Visor?
No
MicroSD?
YES
Lens to Eye Adjustment?
YES
Eye Tracking?
No
IPD Adjustment?
YES
Front Camera?
No
Cooling System
No
Built in Microphone?
YES
MicroUSB?
No
Voice Command?
YES
Display Port?
No
Battery Life
3 h
Positional Tracking?
YES
360 Tracking?
YES
Bluetooth?
YES
Built in Headphones?
YES
HDMI?
YES
Wifi?
No
USB?
YES
Usable with Glasses?
YES
Room Scale?
YES
Display
Refresh Rate
90 Hz
Display Type
OLED
Resolution
1080 × 1200 px (per eye)
Field of View
110°
Minimum Requirements
Min. RAM Required
8 GB
Min. CPU Required
Intel i3-6100 or AMD Ryzen 3 1200, FX4350 or greater
Min. Graphics Required
Nvidia GTX 1050Ti or AMD Radeon RX 470 or greater
Overview
Category
PC VR
Model Name
Rift
Country of Origin
United States
Brand
Oculus
Release Date
2016
Reviews of the Oculus Rift
Rated 4.0 / 5 from 5 Reviews
Oculus Rift is a more affordable desktop PC-powered VR headset
techradar.com
  • - 4
Upon release, the Oculus Rift felt like a game-changer. One of the first VR headsets to prove that VR could be a highly immersive and enjoyable experience – one that even people with the right PC set-up could experience at home.
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Oculus Rift Review
pcmag.com
  • - 4
The Oculus Rift comfortably produces an immersive, crisp virtual reality experience that will continue to improve with the development of new software, which has been steadily coming out on both the Oculus store and SteamVR. Now that the Rift costs two-thirds of its original $600 price and includes the Oculus Touch controllers and second external sensor that enables whole-room VR, it earns our Editors' Choice for PC-based VR headsets.
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High-end VR is here -- if you can pay
engadget.com
  • - 4.2
As with any first-gen product, there are a few flaws with the Oculus Rift. The imaging technology still isn't perfect, and it requires a significant amount of powerful gaming hardware. The price is understandable, given that it's leading us into an entirely new form of computing. But it's also hard to champion the Rift completely when few people can afford it. It's the very definition of elite technology. Hopefully in a few years, when the hardware gets cheaper, VR will have something for everyone. Right now, though, the important thing is that it actually exists.
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It took a half decade, but Oculus has delivered on the promise of the first Rift.
wired.com
  • - 4
Oculus has made some strides since 2018, with the phone-friendly Oculus Go and the stand-alone Oculus Quest headset—but neither of them require a PC to use. High-end, PC-based VR was being replaced. At least, that's what I thought. I was mistaken.
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The dream's real now
cnet.com
The original Oculus Rift review was divided into five sections: The Eyes, The Hands, The Room, The Doors, The Future. For the most part, these corresponded to the different parts of what make up a VR experience. The visuals (displays), hand interfaces, room tracking, software and then a conclusion looking at what comes next.
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