In an era of virtual reality, the bungee has become an essential tool for exploring the world around us.
But while virtual reality offers the ability to interact with the real world, virtual reality headsets are still largely limited to the virtual world.
But that’s about to change.
This week, the company behind the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, HMD Global, will release a new version of the Oculus headset called the Oculus DK2, which will include a bungees, and the first-ever tethering functionality.
The Oculus DK 2 is a big deal for Oculus because it’s the first time it has been released to consumers.
With this new version, Oculus will add the tethering feature to the headset that is now available on the Rift, Vive, and PlayStation VR.
If you already own the Oculus Home console, you should see the option to download the Oculus SDK in your home network.
The SDK will be available for download later this year.
When the DK2 arrives, Oculus users will have access to a host of new features that include a new home app called Home, an option to use a phone to control the Rift’s home screen, a new “virtual kitchen” where users can make food and cook up their own meals using the Rift controllers, and a new Oculus Camera that can snap 360-degree videos and 3D photos.
Users can also add Oculus Home to a PC or Mac, or simply download the Rift app from the Oculus website.
The company says that the Oculus Camera is also available for $100 in a bundle with the Oculus Touch controllers, Oculus Touch, and Oculus Touch+ controllers.
The camera’s camera is capable of capturing 360-degrees, which is great for capturing panoramic photos and video.
In addition to the new Home app, the DK 2 also includes a new Home camera that allows users to take selfies with the Rift.
Users can set the Rift to automatically capture a selfie photo and upload it to the Oculus Store when they’re ready to take it.
The Home camera is currently limited to one selfie per day, and you’ll need to set the camera to automatically take a selfie at the same time every day.
The app will also let you choose whether to save the photo for your “photo album,” which will allow you to share it with others and to edit it.
This feature is great if you want to share a selfie with a friend and want them to see it too.
The Rift is also getting an updated version of its Touch controllers.
Oculus is making a few improvements to the Touch controllers that will improve how users use the headset, including the ability for users to adjust the angle of the controllers, a built-in mic, and new Touchpad gestures.
The new Touch pads also make it easier to use the Oculus Controller for controllers, which makes it easier for users who use a keyboard to interact.
For now, the Oculus VR app is available for free in the Oculus store, and HMD is offering a $50 bundle with Oculus Home for $150, and $100 for the Oculus Developer Kit for $200.