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Oculus Rift Gets FPS Zelda VR Project And ‘RiftCon’ Trademark Among Trending Topics

By Mitch Walters in Videos

Oculus RiftCon

RiftCon, most likely to be revealed soon as a yearly event hosted to talk about Oculus hardware / software development, VR Gaming etc., has been trademarked by the creator of the Oculus Rift. This could be in direct response to rumors that Sony will debut their own virtual reality headset at this year’s GDC 2014 (Game Developers Conference), a yearly industry trade event where the latest development discussions are held between devs of all fields and platforms. RiftCon is expected to be revealed as an Oculus exclusive trade show that would present the latest in Oculus development and technologies.

Beyond that, another exciting front that had gamers interested in the advanced virtual reality technologies from Oculus is the fact that a retro-inspired Zelda VR project began making headlines. The project is open to those who want to play it at no cost (of course likely without the direct blessing of Nintendo as well) and can be downloaded here now at VirtualRealityIO.

Zelda VR

[Some Info Sourced: Engadget] 

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