If like me you are still waiting to get your hands on a consumer version of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset which is currently in its development stages.
You might be interested to know that its creators have announced they are looking to add Ultra HD resolution screens to the device in future releases, to hopefully alleviate any nausea that might be created when users are wearing the virtual reality headset.
Oculus VR CEO Brendan Iribe explained that the consumer version of the headset will be released in the future and with the increased resolution will decreasing the latency of motion in games. explaining that “It is going to work. It’s going to work for everybody.”-“You can’t imagine what it’s going to look like when it’s 4K,”- “It’s not now, but it’s coming.”
To-recap the Oculus Rift virtual reality is a next-generation headset launched on Kickstarter and has been designed for VR gaming and provides gamers with an unparalleled immersive environment in which to enjoy their favourite games.
Oculus is currently developing a consumer-oriented Oculus Rift 2.0 headset that is aimed at a general public and will feature improved components such as enhanced head tracking, positional tracking, 1080p resolution, and wireless operation. For more information on the new Oculus Rift jump over to the Oculus website for details.
Source: All Things D