Excellent news for cyborgs with bionic eyes.
By Alice Lynton on October 20, 2013 at 12:52 pm
Oculus Rift is already working on a new version of its eponymous VR headset with support for 4K resolution.
CEO Brendan Iribe announced the new version at the Gaming Insiders Summit in San Francisco this week, but apart from mentioning that it’s in development, he gave no further details.
Oculus Rift headsets aren’t available to general consumers yet, but prototypes and dev kits sent to Kickstarter backers don’t support full HD. The consumer version, Oculus Rift 2.0, will support resolutions up to 1080p, have better motion tracking and wireless; Iribe said that a release date will be announced soon.