An update to the base software, called Core 2. The poor resolution had been the main criticism of the DK1. Facebook Technologies, LLC.

ZeniMax Media , the parent company of Bethesda Softworks , which in turn owns Id Software , presented a lawsuit against Facebook, claiming the Oculus Rift was the product of intellectual property owned by ZeniMax, developed by John Carmack during his time working for Id Software. Virtual reality head-mounted display. In its initial presentation, before the Touch controllers were released, the system was only used to track the head-mounted display , and a single sensor was included with the device, which was sufficient there being no chance of the user's hands blocking the headset from it.

The Development Kit 1 also included interchangeable lenses that will allow for simple dioptric correction. Retrieved from " https: