Oculus Connect 2018: Everything that was announced

Oculus Connect 2018: Everything that was announced
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James Martin/CNET

The fifth Oculus Connect developer conference is underway in San Jose, California this week. Besides being a place for VR developers to meet up and discuss the future of immersive technologies, Facebook — the owner of Oculus — laid out its next steps for where VR (and AR) will head. 

And yes, that includes new hardware: the $399 wireless Oculus Quest VR headset.


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