Those of you patiently waiting for Facebook to launch their new previously announced Oculus TV virtual reality service will be pleased to know that it is now available. Offering a new way to watch your TV using a virtual reality headset and offering a wide variety of entertainment partners already, with ESPN joining the list soon.
At launch Oculus TV will support content from the likes of Netflix, Hulu and Showtime virtual reality content from providers such as Red Bull TV, Pluto TV, and, of course, Facebook’s own video shows. “Watch, the best in pulse-pounding esports, and more all on a massive virtual screen, equivalent to a 180-inch TV in real life” explains Facebook.Check out the video below to learn more.
“At the center of the Oculus TV experience is a sleek, modern, and entirely immersive viewing area. Designed with comfortable lounging in mind, this new space is blissfully distraction-free, making it the perfect place to binge watch your favorite shows or catch up on the latest Hollywood hits.”
“You can stream the beyond everyday live events and videos of Red Bull TV and the blockbuster programming on Pluto TV including WIPEOUT’s high-stakes thrills, Flicks of Fury, and Horror 24/7.” To find out more about the new Oculus TV service head over to the Oculus website by following the link below.