Oculus Go, a Separate VR Headset Directly from Facebook
Facebook, the most popular social network, is a driving force behind virtual reality. That is precisely why it acquired Oculus VR in 2014. Oculus Go is, therefore, essentially a baby of Mark Zuckerberg, whose goal it is to introduce virtual reality to many users.
Great Technical Features
The Oculus Go VR headset has great technical features. A high-resolution, fast-switch LCD screen with a total resolution of 2560×1440 pixels has a dramatic effect on visual clarity and reduces the screen door effect. Now you can avoid the physical problems suffered from the prolonged use of typical VR headsets.
Control in the Palm of Your Hand
For the ultimate VR experience, surround sound is built into the headset and you can use a comfortable remote control. Facebook promises many applications.
Oculus Go Works with Many Applications
The Oculus Go platform is fully supported by a variety of developers and is compatible with many existing applications such as Gear VR. For example, you can enjoy Netflix, Facebook 360 and more than 1000 fun games.