Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey discusses Crescent Bay

Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey meets our own man with the briefcase.


Oculus Connect is behind us and Shacknews was fortunate enough to attend this year's event. Among the items we had the opportunity to check out was the new Crescent Bay prototype, the latest development kit from Oculus VR. To learn more about it, our own man with the briefcase, Asif Khan, spoke to Oculus VR's founder, Palmer Luckey.

Luckey discusses the idea of human interface within the context of virtual reality, along with more of what was shown at this year's Oculus Connect convention. He also discusses the future of Oculus prototypes, the tech contained with Crescent Bay, and virtual reality software.

Check out the full video, along with some footage of some new Oculus Rift software prototypes, below.

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