The Oculus Rift is currently being tested by developers and developers are expected to be able run Oculus Rift on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, according to Oculus founder Palmer Luckey.
The Rift was announced in January as a consumer product, but it’s expected to launch later this year as a full-blown virtual reality headset that will let you experience virtual worlds, movies, games and more.
The company said in a blog post that it will be open to developers to use the Oculus SDK, which it says will be available for use on all of its devices.
Luckey has already announced support for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and the Raspberry Pi 3.
The Oculus Rift has already launched on Oculus Rift developer kits, and Oculus has already released a preview version of its software.
The Oculus VR SDK is currently available for $199.99, and developers can use the SDK to create apps for the Oculus Store and create Oculus apps on Windows.
However, it will likely be a while before developers can build apps for Windows or Linux and the Oculus App Store.
Oculus has been in the VR business for some time, having created the Oculus Touch, which let users control a virtual robot and had a VR headset built into it.
The company is also behind the Oculus DK2, a headset that has an HTC Vive-like head-mounted display, and the HTC Vive Tracker, which lets you control an Oculus Rift with the use of a smartphone.
The Rift is a virtual reality platform that lets users control virtual objects.
The headset’s headset-mounted sensor allows you to look through the eyes of an object, see its depth, and even see its shape, which allows you see virtual objects and objects that have depth.
It’s the first consumer VR headset to include a built-in camera.