According to the manufacturer, the consumer version of the VR glasses Oculus Rift will be available in the first quarter of 2016. It comes with two built in small “screens”and movements of your head directly affect the representation of the scene. Oculus has further announced a VR controller, with which the user will dive even deeper into the virtual world.
The Pytha team is already working with the newest developer kit. This promises even higher refresh rates, more fluid tracking and easier installation of the Rift hardware. With the help of the Oculus Rift RadioLab scenes, created with the 3D CAD software Pytha, will turn into virtual reality. Move through scenes in real time and experience your building projects from tomorrow already today.