Nintendo is hosting a booth at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles, California on Thursday, July 14, where it will be displaying its new NX headset, which it is calling the “next generation of gaming experiences”.

The company is also giving away a pair of its gaming headsets to developers for free, including the Oculus Rift, the HTC Vive and the PlayStation VR.

This is Nintendo’s first official giveaway of its new gaming hardware since its acquisition of headset maker Oculus in 2016.

The company’s booth will be open to the public from 11am-3pm local time, and there will be no set times.

Nintendo says it is working to bring its headset to more locations across the US and Europe.

The VR headset is designed for use by people with severe epilepsy, and the company says it has been tested to work with people with moderate to severe epilepsy.

It will be compatible with a range of VR headsets, including Samsung Gear VR, Sony’s Morpheus and Oculus Rift.

The headset is a full-body headset, and it features a camera on the top of the headset that can capture 360-degree video.

Nintendo has yet to release details about the camera, but it looks like it will have a standard 1.4 megapixel sensor and a 720p resolution.

The camera itself has a 16:9 aspect ratio, which means that it will support 60Hz.

The company says the headset will have four hours of battery life.

The headsets will come with a built-in mic and microphone stand, and Nintendo has said it is developing a special wireless headset for use with the Morpheus.

The Japanese gaming giant also said it was planning to offer headsets with built-ins for other platforms, including Android and iOS.

Nintendo will be able to make headsets available at the booth through its own website and other channels.

Nintendo previously announced it was bringing its VR headset to Android, iOS and Windows Phone 8 devices.