Oculus Quest The Oculus Quest has been hotly anticipated by VR developers and consumers alike due to the promise of wireless VR gaming. Games such as Beat Saber, Robo Recall and Superhot all are release titles of the new Oculus Quest VR headset. The standalone headset boasts 6Dof (six degrees of freedom) and two new Oculus Touch controllers. Alongside the Oculus Guardian system seen in previous VR headsets created by Oculus, the Oculus Quest VR headset makes for an incredibly portable VR headset.
Attended by nearly 200 thousand people in Las Vegas, CES is one of the biggest trade shows in the world. CES or the Consumer Electronics Show displays the latest technology from companies like Google and Intel to Lenovo to LG. At CES, massive technology companies will showcase their existing products and announce new products to the public. VR companies such as Oculus and HTC will showcase VR hardware with HTC announcing their new VR headset at this year’s CES.
2018 saw the release of the Oculus GO and the HTC Vive Pro as well as the announcement of the Oculus Quest and the rise of Playstation VR. It’s been a great year for VR with more games and headsets on the way, but what does 2019 have in store for the VR market? We discuss more below and look at the upcoming year for the VR market. Oculus Quest The Oculus Quest will be released in Spring 2019 and could potentially have a massive impact on the VR market.
First teased under the name of ‘Project Santa Cruz’, the Oculus Quest is a new VR headset from Oculus set to be released early next year in spring 2019 for around $399. In this blog, we’ll layout everything you need to know about the Oculus Quest and why it’s so important for the VR industry. The Facts The Oculus Rift has been a key figure in the VR space for a while, rivalling the HTC Vive, with both being powerful piece of hardware for games and other applications.