///Oculus Rift S – Create and Publish Apps to the Oculus Rift S Headset
Oculus Rift S – Create and Publish Apps to the Oculus Rift S Headset 2019-06-12T06:40:24+00:00

InstaVR VR Outputs – Oculus Rift S

What is the Oculus Rift S Headset?
How Much Does the Oculus Rift S Cost?

Oculus Rift S is a headset VR released by Oculus Inc.
The Oculus Rift S is an upgraded version of the Oculus Rift that has been improved in terms of usability while maintaining compatibility with the Oculus Rift.

The price of sale is $399 ~.

What Use Cases is Oculus Rift S Good For?

  • You’re Creating Very High-Quality VR Videos.
  • You have an Oculus Rift and You need compatibility with the app.
  • You’re Creating CGI (or Filming Specifically) for Room Scale/6 Degrees of Freedom

An improved Oculus Rift version. It is an easy-to-use headset that enables tracking without the need for an external sensor.
“Oculus Rift S” has a resolution about 1.4 times higher than “Oculus Rift”.

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Features and Benefits

The method of tracking has been changed to an inside-out method that is sensorless.

Oculus Rift used an external sensor to track head position and hand position.
The Oculus Rift S uses an “inside-out method” that uses the built-in camera of the headset.
Position tracking with image recognition and position of the tracking controller with LED recognition.
Setup became easy as the sensor became unnecessary.

The resolution was greatly improved.

“Oculus Rift S” has a resolution about 1.4 times higher than “Oculus Rift”.

The refresh rate for Rift is 90Hz and Rift S is 80Hz.
Are you worried about the drop in the refresh rate?
It was a change that was completely unnoticeable when we tried.

Pricing $399
Display resolution 2560 × 1440 (Eyes)
Display panel Liquid crystal
Refresh rate 80Hz
Storage It changes with the connected PC’s storage.
Viewing angle 110 degree
Tracking 6DoF
External sensor Unnecessary
Connect with PC Necessary
IPD (Interpupillary distance) Possible (Software adjustment)

(As of June 2019)

Further Reading

The Oculus Rift is a high powered headset and platform originally developed in 2012, and currently owned by Facebook Inc. The Rift, similar to HTC Vive, requires a tethered connection to a computer, and allows for Room Scale VR incorporating cameras and hand controllers. It is estimated that over 500,000 Oculus Rifts are currently in use as of Fall 2017, with a mobile Rift headset (the “Oculus Go”) planned for launch in Spring 2018.

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Diverse VR Outputs

Gear VR

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Oculus Go

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Oculus Quest

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Oculus Rift

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Oculus Rift S

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Web / Mobile Web

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iOS / Android / Cardboard

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HTC VIVE

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VIVE Focus

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Google Daydream

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Lenovo Mirage

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Other VR Headsets

There are other VR headsets to support them.

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