Oculus presented at F8 (Facebook’s annual conference), on 1 May, its new VR glasses. Oculus Go is already available in 23 countries.
This new model, which doesn’t require a PC connection and its wireless, simply needs to be linked to the Oculus app for settings and personalization.
The new Oculus Go was developed with comfort in mind, with flexible settings, and has features new spatial audio and an integrated microphone to provide the maximum immersion experience.
By 2020, it promises to bring out VR/AR in 8K, or 4 times the current market standard, which will surely make 8K the new benchmark.
At VRW, we are creating this future, given that all our recordings are made in 8K.