Latest version of Oculus Rift will be demonstrated at CES 2014

Tom Forsyth, the Oculus VR Software Architect and former Valve employee, has confirmed that the latest version of Oculus Rift will be demoed at the Consumer Electronic Show 2014. Forsyth didn’t say exactly how this latest version improves upon the 1080p-capable Oculus Rift we saw at E3 2013. However, the biggest problem that Oculus VR needs to prove that it can solve is the Rift’s latency issue, which causes motion sickness.

Oculus VR Software Architect and former Valve employee Tom Forsyth confirmed via Twitter that the latest version of the company’s virtual reality goggles, the Oculus Rift, will be at the Consumer Electronic Show 2014. “We’re showing the latest Rift kit at CES,” he said. “I’m looking forward to the feedback.” According to CNN, the Oculus Rift will be on the show floor, so attendees supposedly should be able to see the improvements made in latest version for themselves. Forsyth didn’t say exactly how this latest version improves upon the 1080p-capable Oculus Rift we saw at E3 2013. However, the biggest problem that Oculus VR needs to prove that it can solve is the Rift’s latency issue, which causes motion sickness.

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