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|Device Type||PC powered|
|Platform||SteamVR, Oculus Home|
|Retail Price||$599 with controllers, base stations|
|Display Type||2 x OLED|
|Resolution (per eye)||1080x1200|
|Refresh Rate||90 Hz|
|Field of View||88° horizontal, 88° vertical, 124° diagonal|
|IPD Range||58-72 mm hardware adjustable|
171 x 88 x 140 mm
6.73 x 3.46 x 5.51 in
|Weight||470 g with headstrap|
|Material||Plastic, foam facial interface|
|Headstrap||Flexible plastic strap|
|Tracking Type||6 DoF Outside-in|
|Base Stations||2 x Oculus Rift Base Station|
|Controllers||2 x Oculus Touch (first generation) (6 DoF)|
|Input Methods||Capacitive face buttons, capacitive joystick, capacitive touch pad, capacitive index trigger, middle finger trigger|
|Finger Tracking||Partial finger and thumb tracking via capacitive sensors|
|Battery Life||20 hours|
|Speakers||Integrated stereo headphones|
|3.5mm Audio Jack||No|
|Video Connection||HDMI 1.3, USB 3.0|
The Oculus Rift is a virtual reality headset manufactured by Oculus. It was released in March 2016, following an announcement in May 2015. It is the company's third VR headset release.
- This headset is discontinued.
- This headset requires a connection to a PC in order to be used.
- This headset has a low per-eye resolution. 1080x1200
- This headset has a low horizontal field of view. 88°
- This headset uses outside-in tracking that requires external base stations for full tracking capability.
- This headset can be purchased with two 6DoF controllers.
The Oculus Rift (known also as the Rift CV1 or "Consumer Version 1") is Oculus' first commercial VR headset release (not including development kits). The headset was also the first device to be released with Oculus Touch controllers. It was later replaced by the Rift S.
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