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Oculus shows Dash, new 'Minority Report'-type interface for the RiftOculus reveals a new VR interface that lets you use hand controllers to move around in a VR app's menu.
I'm excited to introduce your new command center for Rift, Oculus Dash. [MUSIC] [MUSIC] [APPLAUSE] So Dash puts the power of Rift at your fingertips. Everything you need is available at Dash. Your apps and games, your friends, settings and notifications too. You can bring up dash anytime anywhere. We've made it instantly accessible. And it runs as a 3D overlay, so it opens inside your current experience. There's no need to go back to home. You just open up Dash where you are. And where the old UI was designed for game pad, we've designed Dash natively for Touch. You can just swipe naturally to scroll And once you've found what you're looking for you simply tap to select it. It feels great. Now the next major highlight of Core2.0 is Oculus Home. This is what home looks like today. One of the most requested features for rift has always been the ability to create and customize your own space. And with Dash taking on more of the platform UI, home's freed up to be more personal and more immersive. So we leveled home and rebuilt it. Let's check it out. [MUSIC] [MUSIC] [MUSIC]