A few years ago, I had the privilege of using an Oculus Rift and playing my first game.
This app, Oculus Rift Devkit Pro, was developed by Oculus VR, and was intended to give developers a toolset that they could use to make games for the Oculus system.
The developer, developer evangelist and developer evangelists at Oculus, told me in an email that they designed the app specifically to be used with the Rift.
The app is basically a way to make your first VR game.
It’s not a replacement for an Oculus headset, nor is it a full fledged VR game, but it does offer some of the same functionality that you’d find in a typical game.
In the video below, I show you how to use it to create a simple puzzle game for the Rift, and how to quickly create a VR game that you can share with your friends using the Oculus Share feature.
I also share a tutorial on how to make a VR version of the game that is easy to learn.
You can also download Oculus DevkitPro to use in your own games.
Oculus Devkits Pro can be downloaded for free from the Oculus Store, but the developer has also released a companion app for Mac that you’ll want to check out.
It lets you use Oculus devkitPro for game development, and also gives you the ability to upload your games to Steam and Oculus Home.
If you want to learn more about using Oculus DevKitPro to make VR games, read my previous post on using Oculus VR to make an Oculus game.
If all that’s still not enough, here’s an in-depth tutorial on using the game creation tools with the Oculus SDK.
Oculus Share The Oculus Share app lets you create and share VR games with your Oculus Rift, but Oculus has also built in a couple of features that make this app a little more powerful.
Oculus Rift developers can upload games to Oculus Home and share them through Oculus Share, as well as download the game files from Oculus.
The VR version you upload to Oculus can be shared with other users, but you can’t share the VR version to your PC or your phone.
The Oculus VR Devkit team has also made a few other features available to developers.
First, Oculus VR can use a third-party game engine to render and update your game’s content.
The engine is called the Oculus Runtime, and is available for free.
Oculus Runtime provides developers with access to the Unreal Engine 4 (or the newer version 4.6, if you’re on Windows), and the Oculus Engine SDK.
The SDK has all the tools and features that Oculus developers need to build games for Oculus.
I’m using the Unity 3.6 library in my game, so you can also use the Unreal engine 4 and Unity tools for that project.
This also means that Oculus VR is able to use a cross-platform game engine, as they can upload a cross platform version of my game to the Oculus store, and I can upload it to Oculus home.
If your game uses a cross code engine, Oculus can use that too.
You’ll also want to note that Oculus has an Oculus SDK for developers to use, so they can include Oculus VR support in their games.
The next feature that Oculus makes available to Oculus VR developers is a VR debug tool.
This is basically an in game debug console, and it lets developers see their games and their code in VR.
You will also need to include Oculus SDK 2.0, so developers can use Oculus SDK 1.2 in their VR games.
This will allow developers to have a more robust and powerful VR experience, since they can run their games on a more powerful GPU and be able to debug code at a higher frame rate.
Oculus VR will also be able use a custom VR renderer for your game, which can be used to simulate objects and interactions in the game.
Oculus is also adding support for VR audio.
This includes support for voice chat, and this will allow for voice control and interactivity with your game.
Finally, Oculus will be supporting gamepad support, which will allow you to interact with your VR game in a number of ways.
This means you can use the Vive controllers in your VR games to move objects in VR, or use the touchpad in your game to touch objects.
You could also use Oculus Touch to move your controllers, but I’m not sure this is as well supported as Oculus Touch 2.
This support is very limited right now, so Oculus will have to add support for this in the future.
Oculus Home And finally, Oculus Home lets you upload and share your games between multiple devices.
This feature can be useful for games that are on your PC, but not on your phone, because the Oculus Dev Kit app can be installed on the Oculus device.
You download the Oculus Home app and connect your Oculus device to