Oculus VR takes out the 2014 Best of CES prize with prototype Rift

Oculus VR's latest 'Crystal Cove' Rift prototype takes out the 2014 Best of CES prize.

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Published Thu, Jan 9 2014 9:36 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:19 PM CST

CES 2014 - Oculus VR unveiled its latest prototype Rift headset at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 a few days ago, with a new 1920x1080-resolution, AMOLED-based display on-board. Not only that, but it had positional tracking abilities, which lifts it to an entire new category.

Oculus VR takes out the 2014 Best of CES prize with prototype Rift | TweakTown.com

The new codenamed Crystal Cove headset took out the 2014 Best of CES prize, and rightly so, it sounds like a kick-ass upgrade to the already awesome product. It should only be success for Oculus from here on out, which has secured Doom and Quake god John Carmack, nearly $100 million in funding, with its latest funding round securing $75 million.

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