Oculus Rift sistema de realidad virtual

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Oculus rfit es un sistema de realidad virtual, el cual tiene unas gafas integradas con pantallas de gran resolución con un aplio anguilo de visión pemitiendo sentir una inmersión competa en realidad virtual, ademas este sistema cuenta con dos controles que permiten integrar tus mano en el mundo virtual!

Especificaciones Casco

  • Pantalla OLED con resolución 2160 x 1200
  • Ángulo de visión de 110º
  • Frecuencia de refresco 90 Hz
  • Micrófono y auriculares integrados
  • Peso: 470 g.

Requisitos mínimos Computadora 

  • Graphics Card: NVIDIA GTX 1050Ti / AMD Radeon RX 470 or greater
  • Alternative Graphics Card : NVIDIA GTX 960 / AMD Radeon R9 290 or greater
  • CPU: Intel i3-6100 / AMD Ryzen 3 1200, FX4350 or greater
  • Memory :8GB+ RAM
  • Video Output :Compatible HDMI 1.3 video output
  • USB Ports: 1x USB 3.0 port, plus 2x USB 2.0 ports
  • OS: Windows 10

Que incluye 

Headset: Auriculares suaves y cómodos con pantallas de última generación y ópticas personalizadas brindan una increíble fidelidad visual y un amplio campo de visión.2.

Touch controllers: 2 controles manuales que se rastrean y brindan una presencia manual intuitiva en la realidad virtual, la sensación de que tus manos virtuales son realmente suyas.

Dos sensores: Los sensores Rift rastrean las constelaciones de los LED IR para traducir su movimiento a VR, ya sea que esté sentado o de pie.

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Link de interés 

  • LibOVR Integration
    The Oculus SDK is designed to be as easy to integrate as possible. This guide outlines a basic Oculus integration with a C/C++ game engine or application.
  • Initialization and Sensor Enumeration
    This example initializes LibOVR and requests information about the available HMD.
  • Rendering to the Oculus Rift
    The Oculus Rift requires split-screen stereo with distortion correction for each eye to cancel lens-related distortion.
  • Advanced Rendering Configuration
    By default, the SDK generates configuration values that optimize for rendering quality.
  • Oculus Dash
    This section introduces Oculus Dash for the PC-SDK.
  • VR Focus Management
    When you submit your application to Oculus, you provide the application and metadata necessary to list it in the Oculus Store and launch it from Oculus Home.
  • Oculus Guardian System
    The Oculus Guardian System is designed to display in-application wall and floor markers when users get near boundaries they defined. When the user gets too close to the edge of a boundary, translucent boundary markers are displayed in a layer that is superimposed over the game or experience.
  • Rift Audio
    When setting up audio for the Rift, you need to determine whether the Rift headphones are active and pause the audio when your app doesn’t have focus.
  • Oculus Touch Controllers
    This section describes Oculus Touch best practices gathered from developing and reviewing large numbers of games and experiences. These are not requirements and we expect them to evolve over time.
  • SDK Samples and Gamepad Usage
    Some of the Oculus SDK samples use gamepad controllers to enable movement around the virtual world.
  • Oculus Debug Tool
    The Oculus Debug Tool (ODT) enables you to view performance or debugging information within your game or experience. It also enables you to tune or configure related parameters, such as the field of view (FOV) size for a mirrored flat-screen view of the VR experience (which could be streamed to an audience in a more comfortable viewing format).
  • Optimizing Your Application
    To provide the best user experience, your application must meet or exceed the minimum requirements to be considered for publication on the Oculus Store.
  • Pairing the Oculus Touch Controllers
    After you receive your Touch Controllers, you need to pair them with the headset.
  • Asynchronous SpaceWarp
    Asynchronous Spacewarp (ASW) is a frame-rate smoothing technique that almost halves the CPU/GPU time required to produce nearly the same output from the same content.
  • Mixed Reality Capture
    Mixed reality capture places real-world people and objects in VR. This guide will review how to add support for mixed reality capture in your native Rift app.
  • VRC Validator
    The Virtual Reality Check (VRC) Validator utility runs automated tests to determine if your Rift app is ready for Oculus Store technical review. The VRC Validator can reveal shortcomings that need to be addressed before your app can pass the Oculus Store review process. The VRC Validator has a command line interface as well as a GUI interface.

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