If Quest can build a high quality VR game and experience library, it may become the coolest VR game console today. Oculus Quest, which costs $399, is Oculus'third major attempt at virtual reality. Like Go, Quest is a VR integrator that supports 6Dof: up, down, left, right, forward and backward. Unlike Go, Quest's integrated camera and motion tracking controller can maintain correct positioning, and as long as there is enough space, the body can move freely in the entire virtual environment. It has the core of smartphone, 64GB storage, Snapdragon processor, 4GB RAM, headphone jack and USB-C charging port. Quest is comfortable to wear and has a battery life of 3 hours. The integrated loudspeaker has excellent performance of external amplification. The suite includes a revised version of the Rift Touch controller for mapping game space and interacting with the environment. It is equipped with joystick, trigger and handle button to imitate your hand action in virtual space. Quest suggests creating a Holodeck-style boundary, which Oculus calls Guardian. The invisible blue grid will appear and turn red only when you touch the default boundary, and Guardian space will activate Quest's camera. Oculus is working with developers to build a select Library of games and applications managed using Oculus smartphone applications that allow you to buy and download Quest-compatible games. Support the experience of popular VR games, such as Beat Saber and Tred: Rise to Glory and so on. Oculus Quest is a powerful iteration product in portable VR headsets, and is expected to become a driving force in the VR industry. By combining the best features of Oculus high-end devices with their portability, Quest can focus on its strengths and achieve great success.
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