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Whether you’re developing a virtual reality game, social experience, entertainment or education app, you can easily develop across the entire Oculus platform with your favorite game engine or with our native SDKs. You will reach the most passionate PC VR audience with the Oculus Rift S + Touch and the largest mobile VR audience with Quest, Quest 2, and Go.

Featured Blog Posts

Oculus Quest v23: How to Update Your App for 90Hz

November 13, 2020

Developers can now start shipping Quest titles with native 90Hz support, and Quest 2 system software including Home, Guardian, and Passthrough will run at 90Hz.

Introducing the Accessibility VRCs

November 11, 2020

We are proud to announce new Virtual Reality Checks (VRCs), a set of technical recommendations designed to help developers create more accessible VR software. .

UPDATED: Upcoming Changes to How You Log In for Development and Use Your Oculus Dashboard + Developer FAQ

October 13, 2020

We recently announced some important updates to how people will log into their Oculus devices.

Why Oculus?

Flexible SDKs and Integrations

Unity and Unreal come with out-of-the-box support for Oculus hardware. Improve sound quality with minimal performance overhead by using the Oculus Audio SDK, develop dynamic social experiences with our Platform SDK, and explore tutorials, sample scenes, custom utility packages, and more.

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Dynamic Store

Oculus Store is at the leading edge of innovation in content discovery. Taking advantage of the uniquely immersive environment made possible by VR, we provide our customers with a delightful browsing and shopping environment that showcases your work in ways never before imagined by digital storefronts.

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Get started with our documentation and developer guides. Learn from industry pioneers and get help from other VR developers in our forums.

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