Oculus Rift developer Oculus VR is proud to announce the launch of the DK2.
The new virtual reality headset features a stunning OLED screen that is a perfect match for your favorite games.
The DK2 comes with a 4K (1,920 x 1,080) resolution OLED display that is perfect for the Oculus Rift.
This OLED display offers 4K resolution that will give you the ability to see what’s happening on the Rift’s screens while you play games and interact with the virtual world.
The screen is also 100 percent OLED, so the display is bright and vibrant.
In addition to this OLED display, the DK1 and DK2 also include a built-in 3D audio solution that includes Dolby Atmos for the best possible sound experience.
In order to bring the best out of the latest technology, the Oculus VR DK2 includes the following new hardware features: The DK1 is the first Oculus Rift headset to support 3D positional tracking, giving you the freedom to move, look, and feel wherever you are.
The VR headset can track your position, but it also has the ability for the DK to sense your head movements and respond accordingly.
The Oculus DK2 now includes a 3D camera with a wide field of view, allowing you to see the entire world in a single shot.
Additionally, it includes positional tracking for 3D VR games that allows for the ability of the headset to accurately track your head position in the virtual space.
You can also play a game with the Oculus DK1 that can be set up in VR using an app on the Oculus App Store or from the Oculus Home VR app.
The Rift DK1 includes a wide range of sensors that allow the headset’s sensors to accurately detect your position in all kinds of environments.
These sensors include three of the most widely used 3D tracking systems on the market: the IR sensors, the gyro sensors, and the optical sensors.
These 3D sensors are used to detect your head movement and respond to your motion in real-time, making it possible to move in a wide variety of VR environments.
The additional sensors in the DK3 include two more types of sensors, including the infrared sensors and the electroencephalography (EEG) sensors.
The sensors in each headset also include motion-sensing cameras and an optical sensor that allows the DK headset to detect and record the movement of the eyes and body of the user, so you can move without looking.
For more information on how the DKs 3D cameras and sensors work, read our full Oculus Rift review.
The second major hardware upgrade for the Rift is the ability on the DK 2 to connect to the internet.
The two-way communication of the Oculus Gear VR headset allows you to connect the headset and the controller to your PC via the Oculus Connect app and get instant access to the Oculus Store and the Oculus Marketplace.
The device will also support the Oculus Beam, a wireless charging technology that can charge your Oculus VR headset as soon as you plug it into the Oculus device.
The Gear VR and the DK 1 and DK 2 also have integrated Wi-Fi for a faster connection.
The headset will also include an optional HDMI port that can display 3D content for your TV or projector.
The Samsung Gear VR features a pair of high-quality earphones that are ideal for gaming and have built-up microphones for the game you’re playing.
The headphones are also equipped with Dolby Headphone Enclosure to improve audio quality and soundstage.
The Dolby Digital Plus audio system, a digital signal processing system, is a powerful audio processor that includes a dedicated microphone that can record sound at a higher fidelity.
The integrated microphone can also take advantage of a built in microphone to help you identify your location while you are playing games and watching movies.
Additionally the Gear VR includes Dol by Design, a high-fidelity sound technology designed for immersive audio and gaming.
The headsets audio processing system also includes an onboard microphone for easy identification while playing games, movies, and listening to music.
For a detailed description of the Dolby Dolby Sound System, see our full review.
Lastly, the headset will support a set of motion controllers for the Gear and Oculus VR.
You will be able to use a standard controller with your Oculus Rift and a motion controller with the Gear.
The motion controllers are compatible with the new Oculus Gear and will be compatible with a variety of motion-based games.
In particular, you can play a variety in-game titles and games on the Gear like Super Mario Odyssey, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and more.
For additional information on the motion controllers, see this blog post from the VRFocus team.
The most recent hardware upgrade in the Oculus ecosystem is the Oculus Link, which brings a wide array of features to the GearVR and Oculus Home.
The newest Oculus Link includes a Bluetooth controller, an HDMI output, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
It is also the first headset to come with a new, high-definition, wireless