The Oculus GO, which was released in February by Oculus, a subsidiary of Facebook, is an independent VR device that requires no PC or smartphone. It provides VR content without connecting a PC to the device.

Since its initial announcement, the Oculus GO has been drawing people’s attention, with many curious to see if it can solve the usual downside of VR devices, which are known to be very heavy and expensive. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, also talked about popularizing VR at a surprise announcement for the Oculus GO, so the device may play a significant role in spreading VR.

“Simple” – simple composition, adequate screen, and lightweight As an independent VR device, the Oculus GO is designed just as one would expect. You don’t need a separate tool for motion tracking as with previous devices.

All you need is an HMD, controller, and a smartphone for the initial settings. The set has an Oculus GO HMD and exclusive controller as the main parts, along with an accessory for users with glasses, AA battery, and charging USB cable.

This greatly decreased the burden of pre-installation that is usually needed to actually run the device. There aren’t any significant issues with not wearing the glasses accessory as well. Read more from…

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