Oculus Go

Oculus Go is a standalone, all-in-one, 3DOF VR headset that runs applications built with the Oculus Mobile SDK or Unity or Unreal integrations. Most Oculus Go applications are compatible with the Samsung Gear VR.

Features

    The finest visual clarity comes from hardware and software working together with a wide field of view and optimized 3D graphics.
    With spatial audio drivers, you can utilize dramatic, immersive sound to bring your virtual reality experience to life.
    The comfortable form factor with injection foam molding and breathable fabrics makes for an easy to wear HMD for extended use.


Getting Started

Flexible Integrations and SDKs

Dive into an array of resources designed to accelerate your mobile VR development. Get started with out-of-the-box support from Unity and Unreal Engine, in addition to our sample frameworks, scenes, and guidelines. You can also use the Oculus Mobile SDK to explore sample apps built with the Android Native Development Kit.

Get started with Native (Mobile SDK)

Get started with Unreal

Get started with Unity


Powerful Platform Solutions

Create dynamic social experiences with our Platform SDK. Easily take advantage of our built-in solutions, including VoIP and P2P support, matchmaking, friends list, and Rooms. Boost engagement with leaderboards, achievements, and in-app purchases.

Get started with Oculus Platform SDK


High-end 3D audio support

Audio is crucial for creating a persuasive VR experience. Because of the key role that audio cues play in our sense of being present in an actual, physical space, any effort that development teams devote to getting it right will pay off in spades, as it will contribute powerfully to the user's sense of immersion.

Get started with Oculus Audio SDK


Performance and Submission Tools


Virtual Reality Check (VRC) Validator

The Virtual Reality Check (VRC) Validator utility runs automated tests to determine if your mobile app is ready for Oculus Store technical review. The VRC Validator can reveal shortcomings that need to be addressed before your app can pass the Oculus Store review process.

Get the VRC Validator


The Oculus Remote Monitor

The Oculus Remote Monitor client connects to VR applications running on remote devices to capture, store, and analyze data streams.

Learn more about Oculus Remote Monitor


OVR Metrics Tool

OVR Metrics Tool reports application frame rate, heat, GPU and CPU throttling values, utilization, and the number of tears and stale frames per second. It is available for download from our Downloads page.

Learn more about the OVR Metrics Tool


Additional Application Performance Analysis

Our robust documentation for optimizing the performance of your mobile VR application includes performance guides and tooling.

Learn more about how to properly analyze mobile performance analysis


Distribution

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.

Get started knowing the Oculus Store Guidelines