• The consumer model is based on the Crescent Bay prototype and builds upon its “presence, immersion, and comfort.” It also features an improved tracking system that accommodates seated and standing experiences, according to Oculus VR, along with updated ergonomics and a tweaked industrial design.
  • The company will share more details of its hardware, software, input and unannounced speciality games in the coming weeks, beginning with its technical specifications next week.
  • Founder Palmer Luckey also confirmed at the time that the Crescent Bay prototype headset uses two screens instead of one, which the company attributes to the Rift’s visual quality.

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