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Oculus confirms new Rift developer kit being shown off at CES 2014

Oculus VR confirms it is showing off the next Rift dev kit at CES 2014

| Wearable Computing News | Posted: Jan 5, 2014 2:00 pm

CES 2014 - Tom Forsyth, ex-Valve software engineer, joined Oculus VR in May last year, where he is now working as a software architect for Oculus VR's virtual reality headset, Rift.

 

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Forsyth has just announced via Twitter that "we're showing the latest Rift kit at CES. Should be pretty interesting. I'm looking forward to the feedback". We should expect the new HD Prototype, which includes a 1920x1080-pixel display inside the Rift. The new Rift prototype should have its latency reduced, down from 60-70ms to just 10-20ms.

NEWS SOURCES:Reddit.com

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