A virtual reality movie has finally arrived on the Oculus Rift, bringing with it a new type of storytelling tool: a virtual world.
It’s a much more immersive way to see the world than any other VR game available today, and it’s one that Oculus cofounder Palmer Luckey is hoping to leverage as it seeks to convince developers to make VR games for the Rift.
“I think it’s a game-changer,” Luckey said during a panel at the International CES trade show on Monday.
“It’s so exciting to see something like this come out of the ground.””
It’s so exciting to see something like this come out of the ground.”