The big news from Oculus at OC3 isn’t the launch date and price for Touch. The biggest bombshell of the event is Asynchronous Spacewarp, which lowers the bar for VR-ready PCs to a range anyone can afford.
Oculus says you no longer need a pricey PC to enjoy virtual reality. But lowering the minimum spec has its risks.
AMD and Oculus have teamed up to cut the cost of entry-level VR gaming, thanks to a new $499 system built around RX 470 and a new technology supported by both AMD and Nvidia: Asynchronous spacewarp.
Oculus today announced that they bringing VR to more people by lowering the minimum spec required for running their VR experience, thanks to their new Async SpaceWarp technology. There will be PCs powered by Intel Core i3 with NVIDI...
Cheapest "Oculus Ready" PC now comes in at $499, line now includes many laptops.