When I’m done, it’ll be time to kill it


By now, you’ve probably heard of Oculus, the $2 billion virtual reality headset that will soon be available to the masses.

But if you’ve never heard of its developer, oculus, you’re in luck: The company is about to release its first beta build of the Oculus Rift, and it has the potential to be an incredibly useful product. 

In a world where you’re likely to be in a classroom, a classroom can be a terrifying place. 

But there’s one problem with VR—it can’t be used for classroom use.

That’s a problem for some, and if you’re one of them, the Oculus Oculus Rift is an ideal solution. 

If you’ve been following the development of Oculus over the past few years, you know that it’s been trying to solve that problem with a unique kind of immersive VR experience: the Oculus Desktop.

The Oculus Desktop will be the first of its kind, allowing users to work on and share their games and creations in a virtual workspace with another human.

It’s a platform that could be used to create virtual experiences for other industries—think about the power of a VR movie theater, for example—but the desktop version will also be the last one we see before the Rift is fully released.

And if it’s not the last version, then Oculus will be one of the first to release it, potentially making it the first PC version of the Rift. 

The Oculus Rift was a game changer.

With a pair of tracking sensors that track your head movements and the ability to adjust the camera’s focus to adjust for eye strain, the Rift was the first virtual reality device that could realistically let you play a game while seated at a desk.

It also brought with it some of the most compelling VR content that has ever been created: some of which, like the VR documentary “DotA 2,” have never been released on the PC. 

Now, it’s time to get back to the desktop. 

For the last couple of years, Oculus has been working on its own desktop software.

In February, it announced that it was releasing its first release of an SDK, dubbed the Oculus Platform, for developers to use in order to build apps that use the Rift’s capabilities.

The goal was to get the Rift working on PCs with Intel’s latest processors, and the Oculus team has now released an update to the SDK that allows for a variety of desktop environments.

The first is called the Rift Desktop.

It supports the latest Intel Core processors, including Intel’s Core i5-7300HQ, and has a number of desktop-class graphics cards and a Thunderbolt 3 interface. 

On the desktop, you can use the Oculus SDK to build games and create content that can be shared with other people. 

That means you can run your own games, or create your own experiences, and share them with other users, or even make them available on the Oculus platform. 

You can also build your own applications that will run on the Rift, including games that can run on Android or iOS, and VR content, like games that are available on Google Cardboard, will run natively on the desktop or laptop.

This is a major step up from the Rift SDK for Android that currently only supports the Rift headset. 

It’s the first time that the Oculus desktop has been fully open source.

There are no requirements or restrictions to make your own software available on a desktop.

This means that you can build apps, test them on the hardware you have, and use the tools to build applications on a different hardware, or to make changes to your codebase. 

With the Oculus mobile SDK, developers can now build apps for the Oculus Mobile SDK, which is currently in the development phase. 

This new version of Oculus Mobile is more open and stable, meaning that you should be able to use it to build your applications on the latest smartphones. 

As of the time of writing, there are over 10,000 apps available for Oculus Mobile.

Of those, the first wave of apps has the capability to be built using the Oculus Runtime, which means that they will run in the Oculus App Store.

This opens up a number possibilities for developers.

You can build your games on the headset, which lets you create games that work on multiple hardware, but you can also use the headset to test your games and run them on multiple computers, all of which gives you a much greater ability to improve them. 

Another feature that has come out of the beta is the ability for apps to be shared between devices.

This enables you to build an app on a laptop, and then share it on the same laptop with other devices. 

A third big change that Oculus has made is the creation of a cloud version of its desktop SDK, called Oculus Mobile Cloud. 

To access the Oculus Cloud, you need to have an Oculus Mobile subscription.

The subscription will let you access a number to applications that you built on the platform, including