January 9, 2014
The Oculus Rift Crystal Cove has two main novelties. The first of them is the inclusion of a camera whose purpose is to track your position by infrared. This addition, which the founder of the company promises will not mean an increase in the price of the hardware, allows position tracking that ends up adding three more degrees of movement to the hardware so that the user can move their head in virtually recreated 3D space. .
To demonstrate the possibilities that this gives, a demonstration has been made at CES 2014 with a tower defense video game running on the Unreal Engine 4 graphics engine where the player can move his head forward to see the enemy’s actions in more detail.
via Oculus Rift Crystal Cove: New prototype unveiled at CES 2014.
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