The fifthdeveloper conference is underway in San Jose, California this week. Besides being a place for VR developers to meet up and discuss the future of immersive technologies, Facebook -- the owner of Oculus -- laid out its next steps for where VR (and AR) will head.
And yes, that includes new hardware: the $399 wirelessVR headset.
Here's what's coming:
- Expressive Avatars will be available later this year
- Oculus mobile app now supports Rift
- Oculus Product Manager Sean Liu announced Oculus Go updates to make content look better; allow for casting to mobile devices and eventually TVs; and the launch of YouTube VR support
- NBA games are coming this fall to Oculus Venues.
- , a three-part Star Wars VR experience, will be available in 2019 as a launch title for the Oculus Quest.