Oculus Go standalone VR headset. No strings attached?

Luria Petrucci 05.05.2018 1 comment

This week, Facebook launched the Oculus Go! This is what’s considered standalone VR. Meaning you don’t have to have a computer or phone to use the headset. It works all on its own. Do less cables mean less quality? Let’s talk about it!

We’ll definitely dive into this more on our LIVE show on Twitch – every Saturday at 10AM Pacific. I’d love to hang out with you there!

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I hope there is going to be a platform where all VR devices can work together like in “”Ready player one” If I invest in a VR system I wan’t to go all in. I don’t mind paying a little more for a device that can handle that. But I don’t think it’s going to be the Oculus Go.