Oculus VR will come packaged with an wireless Xbox One controller and the ability to stream Xbox One games to the headset via your PC.
The VR headset has two OLED screens with a wide field of view, a tracking system with “very low latency movement” and integrated headphones, which can also be removed in order to use your own.
The Rift also has an external sensor which you sit on a desk table for tracking.
Games are coming from the likes of CCP and Insomniac, although a lot more are expected to be announced at E3. So far things are looking very impressive and are sure to get better in the future.
In addition to the above, Oculus Touch has also been announced, a new type of controller which allows you to use your real hands like you do in the real world, allowing you to do thumbs up, wave, point and manipulate items with your hands. The controllers are also light weight and easy to use, with two wireless controllers, one for each hand with 360 degree tracking incorporating a trigger and thumb stick.
Oculus will be available to buy Q1 2016.