Oculus will show off the latest version of its Oculus Rift virtual reality headset at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, according to a tweet from Oculus engineer Tom Forsyth.
Forsyth didn't go into specifics on what has changed since the company showed the 1080p version of the Rift at E3 2013 last summer, but did suggest visual improvements, stating the company "tightened up the graphics on level 3."
We're showing the latest Rift kit at CES. Should be pretty interesting. I'm looking forward to the feedback.— Tom Forsyth (@tom_forsyth) January 5, 2014
This latest version of the Rift, made possible by a $75 million funding round held by Oculus in December, reportedly incorporates full 3D motion tracking, eliminates motion blur and reduces the possibility of factors that can lead to motion sickness.
Polygon is in attendance at the show this week; keep an eye out for our coverage.