Facebook Releases Oculus Go Independent Head With LCD Display
- May 18, 2018 -

The report said that Facebook will officially release this stand-alone virtual reality headset at the developer conference held in May this year, which is scheduled to be held on May 1.

In October of last year, Oculus’s Facebook acquisition released a virtual reality headset called Oculus Go. Its biggest feature is that it can be used independently. However, Facebook did not mention Occur Go's launch date and price at that time. Now, according to foreign media reports, this highly anticipated Oculus Go will be officially unveiled this May.

It is reported that Oculus Go uses "ultralight" fiber design, foam inner structure layer and carrying mesh tape, with a resolution of 2560x1440 "quick exchange LCD display", with ultra-fast conversion of liquid crystal imaging elements and advanced optical systems, can be Provide a clear and wide field of vision. Built-in speaker, 3.5mm headphone jack and single motion controller.

In addition, Oculus Go is a completely independent virtual reality headset, which means that we don't need to use a smartphone to drive it, which is completely different from Gear VR. What's more, we don't even need to connect the Oculus Go to the computer, unlike the Oculus Rift.

However, it is unclear what caused the delay in the listing of Oculus Go. There may be a supply shortage. It may also be a strategic adjustment adopted by Facebook in conjunction with other products at the F8 conference in May this year because the company Andrew Bosworth, the president, had tweeted the text last month: The F8 Developers Conference will be the largest AR/VR news for Facebook to date.

Previously, Zuckerberg bluntly stated that Oculus Go is very important to Facebook. Relatively cheap prices are expected to achieve the goal of “having a billion people have virtual reality devices”. So we can expect more from it.

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