Oculus Announces include vr support for Minecraft on Windows 10 to

Sep

25

2015

The Windows 10 version of Minecraft gets in the spring of 2016 support for the Oculus Rift. That and more makes Oculus founder Palmer Luckey known on the Oculus Connect 2 show in Hollywood on Thursday.

Besides a date for the Oculus update for Minecraft, it was announced that the recommended system to an Oculus Rift running an Intel Core i5-4590 with at least 8GB of RAM and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 or an AMD Radeon R290. To prevent motion sickness hardware Rift should control at least 90fps. To this end, the Oculus Oculus also puts Ready PC program. Participants Alienware, its parent company, Dell and Asus will build as part of that program PCs that are guaranteed to meet the requirements. Other partners yet to be announced. The PCs in this range are fitted with hardware from Nvidia and Intel.

It is also disclosed that the Oculus Touch controllers in the second quarter of 2016 come on the market, and that they are provided with an additional sensor to be placed in the space, like a Kinect or Wii Sensor Bar. Version 1.0 of the SDK should be available in December, and comes with comprehensive driver support. No longer do the Rift then be set as an extra monitor. Version 1.0 of the mobile-sdk comes in November.

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