Oculus Rift head-mounted displays (HMDs) have been a long time coming, but now it looks like we may finally have an answer to a big question.
According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, Oculus VR, the company behind the VR headset, has finally revealed a headset that will work with the Oculus VR SDK.
The report says that Oculus VR is currently working on a “fully immersive” headset called the Oculus HMD.
The article, which was shared with The Verge, says that this headset will allow you to experience a wide range of content on the Rift.
For example, it’s said that the headset will let you play games like Minecraft, The Witcher 3, and Gears of War 4.
You can also download the Oculus App for free, and use the Oculus Remote to control the headset.
It’s unclear if the Oculus headset will actually work with other HMDs like the Razer Gaming Headset, a set of headsets that include an Oculus Rift controller.
The company said that Razer is working on its own headset for gaming, but Oculus is not saying much more at this time.
However, the Oculus team is apparently confident that this technology will work on the Oculus SDK.
According to a statement released to Kotaku, Oculus developers have been working on the technology for more than a year.
Oculus VR will not be releasing the headset until at least the end of the year.
The Verge is reporting that Oculus has already tested the HMD with the PlayStation VR headset.
According the report, the headsets work great with the headset, but there’s still some work to be done.