The desktop app, meanwhile, is focused mainly on discovery. You’ll see Oculus news, an update store with quick access to wish lists, your library and your Oculus-toting friends.
There’s no firm timeframe for the launch of the finished software. Either way, both interfaces could be crucial to Oculus’ future. Now that a Rift headset and controller combo is considerably more affordable, Oculus’ take on VR is accessible to a much wider audience — it needs an interface that many people can use without much thought.
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