Oculus Rift + Touch Virtual Reality System

January 3, 2019 - Comment

Rift is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Whether you’re stepping into your favorite game, watching an immersive VR movie, jumping to a destination on the other side of the world, or just spending time with friends in VR, you’ll feel like you’re really there. Product Features Get 6 free titles, including: Robo Recall, Luckyʼs Tale,

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Rift is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Whether you’re stepping into your favorite game, watching an immersive VR movie, jumping to a destination on the other side of the world, or just spending time with friends in VR, you’ll feel like you’re really there.

Product Features

  • Get 6 free titles, including: Robo Recall, Luckyʼs Tale, Quill, Medium, Dead and Buried, and Toybox
  • Riftʼs ultra low-latency tracking offers unparalleled immersion
  • The Oculus Touch controllers bring your hands into VR, letting you interact naturally with the virtual world
  • NVIDIA GTX 1050Ti/AMD Radeon RX 470 or greater Graphics Card Required and a RAM of 8 GB+ RAM
  • Windows PC and internet connection required – review recommended specs to confirm system compatibility
  • Operating System:Windows 10

Comments

Anonymous says:

Worth It I decided this generation of VR wasn’t for me back when both systems were around $800, as I thought that price point was too high for the amount of value and content you received (especially on the Oculus side). When I checked over a year later and saw that the price had been cut in half, the Xbox controller had been replaced with Touch, an extra sensor was included, and 8+ games were given away for free, I decided to pull the trigger. I am honestly blown away.IMHO: The screen door effect people talk about is definitely there, but only noticeable during loading screens/when you’re not immersed in a game. Tracking is wonderful with 2 sensors, and flawless with 3 (if you’re in a larger room like me). Touch is the most ergonomic and intuitive controller system I have ever used. Switching from an XBone Controller and Dualshock 4 to Touch was a night and day difference. Between Steam VR and the Oculus store there are tons of great games and experiences available, and more…

Anonymous says:

I love my Oculus Rift! Here’s a bunch of stuff I wish I knew when I bought mine. When a friend posted online that he had bought one of those, I was surprised – I thought these were expensive? Didn’t they require a high-end PC? After doing some research, including using Oculus’s own compatibility check tool on their website, I found my 5-year old PC was plenty capable of handling VR (though I did upgrade the video card a couple of years ago to an NVIDIA GTX 1070).I’ll just get this out of the way: it’s hard to describe what it’s like to use one of these. I’ve used other VR stuff, like Google Cardboard, and this is something completely different. This can trigger things like motion sickness and fear of heights. I’ve nearly leaned on VR surfaces for balance. Some games place you on top of mountains, which can just be overwhelming. Not everything looks 100% real, but most of it is “good enough” to trick my brain.There are a lot of free games and demos, as well as high-quality paid apps, so there’s no shortage of software available. It…

Anonymous says:

Wow. If you’ve got the PC to handle this, you really need to try the Rift + Touch. Especially at the great price point of ~$400 right now. I’ve had it for several days now and am really enjoying the experience. I haven’t tried the Vive, so will not try to compare there. However, I did try the PS VR for about a week. Hate to say it, but that experience was awful. I ended up taking the PS VR back to Best Buy. Long story, short. Check out the PC requirements – they’re stiff. If you’ve got the PC and have the slightest interest in VR, you need to try this out.Here’s a long, long review of things I’ve tried and/or done right (and wrong!) with the Rift…Should have downloaded the Oculus software when I ordered the Rift. Once I got my Rift, I figured out that I’d have to download the software. It was tougher than it should have been to pick the initial drive to download to. I’ve got a solid state C: drive and really didn’t want to install there – but it was…

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