The two VR heavy hitters butt headsets as we compare and contrast both platforms at the Electronic Entertainment Expo
By Stephen Garrett
This week, E3 brought together two rival virtual-reality platforms under one roof, in a toe-to-toe contest that will define the future of gaming — along with quite possibly every other form of human interaction as we now know it. Oculus VR (which Facebook bought in March for $2 billion) was present with its Oculus Rift headset, and showed off their wares within an enormous glass-walled salon that held 20 demo stations available for public use (average wait time: 60 minutes for a 5-minute peek).
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