You’ve probably heard of Oculus Rift, the company’s latest virtual reality headset.
You might have also seen it in action, or at least been able to demo the software to a friend.
The $400 headset’s main selling point is that it’s the most affordable virtual reality solution for its time.
The problem with that is that the Rift has some major issues.
Its positional tracking is inconsistent, and it doesn’t provide enough headroom to fully explore the world.
Oculus Rift has two major problems: it doesn, at best, provide the most immersive VR experience, and its software isn’t compatible with all modern headsets.
That’s not to say that you can’t have a good experience with one headset.
But it’s also not an ideal VR setup, as we’ll explore below.