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Oculus Rift Development Kit Review


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Clearing away all the packaging, I see the Rift's attractive carrying case. Matte black with raised lettering, and the wonderfully minimal Oculus eye logo, it looks fairly professional, limited only by its plastic construction. Inside is more exciting - the Rift itself, sunken into neatly cut foam, along with all of its cabling and accessories. The package is completed by the sickly sweet pong of freshly moulded plastic.

Oculus Rift Development Kit
It's clear that the people responsible for putting this kit together tried to think of everything. Placing the paperwork aside, I begin pouring over the contents. It's filled with adapters, cabling, two extra sets of eye cups for people with different types of vision, and nestled beneath the HMD is an Oculus branded kiwi cloth - a thoughtful touch. While it's clear that this kit is function before form, it looks nice enough.

Some pleasing design work went into bringing the package together; there's just enough space for everything and its protective foam. Most possible setup configurations have been considered, and the whole kit seems well thought out.