The Oculus is a All-in-one Virtual Reality headset. It is similar to the Samsung Gear VR Headsets. Instead of inserting a smartphone into the headset. The computer system and display is already built into the Oculus Go headset and you do not need any additional hardware for it to work. The Oculus Go is a High-End 3Dof virtual reality device. It is similar to mobile virtual reality headsets and not yet as good as the high-end computer based virtual reality headsets like the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive headsets that supports 6DOF tracking and Roomscale Virtual Reality.
About the Oculus Go
- Lightweight Headset — designed with innovative, breathable fabrics and injection foam molding developed for professional athletes
- Wide Quad, Fast-Switch LCD — dramatically improves visual clarity and reduces screen-door effect
- Next-generation Oculus Lenses — offering a wide field of view with significantly reduced glare
- Integrated Spatial Audio — speakers built into the headset, transporting you straight into VR and making the headset easy to share with someone else
- Standalone VR — no additional devices required while in VR (Oculus Go requires the Oculus Companion App, downloadable from the iOS and Android store on a smartphone).
The Oculus Go is a high-end standalone Virtual Reality Headset (3Dof). It is very similar to the Samsung Gear VR Headset and Samsung S-series smartphone virtual reality headset.
Oculus Go is the easiest way to jump into the world of virtual reality. For the first time, Oculus brings you a truly standalone VR headset-with no additional hardware, computers, or devices required. Oculus Go is portable, comfortable, and easy to use. Just put it on, switch it on, and watch a movie on a 30-foot screen, grab a front row seat at a sold out concert, play games right at the center of the action, or hang out with friends like never before.