The VR headset is making a comeback and hopes to be an essential component to your gaming setup if Oculus founder Palmer Lucky has his way. And with support from the who's who of the gaming industry such as John Carmack, Gabe Newell, and Cliff Bleszinski, he just might. The Oculus Rift improves upon the unimpressive headsets of yore with a much wider field of view, high resolution displays, and low-latency head tracking which all comes together to create an immersive experience that you would only find available in high end headsets costing upwards of $100,000. Oculus just launched their Kickstarter to help fund the project with a goal of $250,000 and you can bet they'll hit their goal in no time. Link
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