Oculus E3 Booth Available in 360 Photos Using Gear VR
Image courtesy of: Oculus
At E3 2015 last week, the virtual reality industry made its presence known to gamers in a big way. Oculus showcased its latest consumer version of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset to attendees, along with an exclusive lineup of game titles developed specifically for the Rift, and its newly revealed VR input solution known as Oculus Touch. For those who were not able to attend the big E3 conference this year in Los Angeles, California in person, you can now check out the Oculus booth virtually.
According to a recent tweet by Oculus, you can now experience a 360-degree view from inside the Oculus booth with the use of the Samsung Gear VR mobile headset. New images from the event can be found in the 360 Photo app.
Oculus VR plans to ship its highly-anticipated consumer Rift early next year, along with its Oculus Touch VR controller input released shortly after within the first half of 2016. No specific price has been announced yet. Stay tuned for more information, as it develops.