Storytelling through Oculus Rift
The world of storytelling is going through a drastically explosive change… and you better make sure you’re here to experience it with the rest of the world. The new Oculus Rift headset is making immense waves in the field of technology, all over.
For fans who have been awaiting the finalized product ever since the first peak, it seems like the Oculus Rift team has been developing this headset forever. Actually, it has only been 2 years since the first headset was revealed to the public. It got an amazing response from fans everywhere, and then Facebook bought rights to the Oculus Rift headset, thereby clinching the fact that it will be insanely popular.
Despite the headset not being available for sale on the market, major developments are underway with reference to the film and visual effects world. Originally, the Oculus Rift headset was designed for serious gamers to get the chance to explore completely immersive gaming. But now, the range is expanding to include people from film and media who want to use this virtual reality headset to tell stories. They believe that instead of showing a film story on some huge screen, actually making you feel like you’re part of the whole film is the main goal. Imagine being able to experience the entire film, using all your senses. Sounds like a pretty mind blowing experience.
Rumors being bounded about on the internet have suggested that the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset may be available for sale around February 2016. Till that time, the graphics, film and visual effects departments will have improved so much that we may quite possibly have a hard time believing the amount of progress achieved. Right now, the world is full of possibilities and people in the film and visual departments have claimed that excitement levels are very high. There is so much that can be done, so many new things to try out and perfect before the official release of the product.
A lot of writers and producers have been trying out the virtual reality world through the headset developed by the Oculus Rift team. Everyone has said that the experience is absolutely stunning and gives birth to a whole new slew of ideas that they can’t wait to try out. Virtual Reality Times will continue to track the product’s development, reporting with any and all further updates on its progress.
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