The Oculus Rift is expected to launch on June 28 for $599, or about £500 (about AU$7000), and it will allow users to move and zoom in and out in virtual worlds, a new feature that the developer of Oculus Rift says will allow them to create stunning 360-degree videos.
The new Oculus software, developed by Oculus VR and HyperX, lets users view the scene through a VR headset, and to interact with objects and interact with other users in virtual reality.
This will make it possible for users to create 3D scenes and interact in real time with their virtual friends, according to Oculus VR.
In addition to 3D and virtual reality, Oculus VR said the Oculus Rift software will also support facial recognition and facial animation, and will allow Oculus VR to create immersive virtual reality videos.
However, the software won’t allow users directly to interact in a virtual world with their own avatar, which is the way that many other VR headsets do it, and is currently limited to people who have a computer, which will require the user to plug in a wireless internet connection.
HyperX is one of the pioneers of VR, with its VR headset the HyperX Pro.
In 2017, HyperX announced it had sold 2 million units of the Hyperx Pro, which costs about $400.
Hyperx said in a blog post that it is looking forward to bringing its VR software to the Rift as a software development kit (SDK), and to use the SDK for future consumer-facing headsets.
HyperX has been working on a VR software for some time, and has developed an early version of its headset, which it hopes will be ready for release by the end of 2018.
Hyperx also said it would soon start shipping its HyperX 3D VR headset.
Hyper, which launched in 2011, also has been one of several companies that has been selling VR hardware to developers, including Microsoft, which released a VR-ready PC at Computex earlier this year.
The Oculus Rift SDK will be a major part of Oculus’ plans to deliver a consumer-focused VR product, and could become a key part of the company’s strategy to create a new consumer VR platform.
However the software will only work on the Oculus headset, not on any other hardware.
Hyper’s Oculus VR software will support a wide range of video formats, including 1080p, 1080i, and 720p.
It will also work with the Oculus Home app, which has a suite of tools for developers to develop virtual reality experiences for their users.
Hyper is also looking at bringing its 3D technology to the Oculus platform, with a software developer kit for use in VR headsets that could allow users and VR developers to create and build VR games using the Oculus SDK.
The software will be available as an SDK in early 2018, Hyper said.