The Oculus Rift, a 3D virtual headset that will immerse you in its game experiences, will certainly make a splash on the market when it releases later this year – and it appears that one developer wants to get you really involved.
A developer who goes by the name Teddy0K in the Oculus Rift forums has presented a new cover-based shooter that utilizes the Razer Hydra motion controller. The game has you physically recreate the motions of a soldier within the game, ducking and weaving behind objects and then popping out from cover to shoot at enemies.
As you can see from his video demonstration, Teddy0K takes his work very seriously, and in a technical sense, the demo comes together very well.
Throughout the six-minute video, you’re able to see the Oculus Rift’s immersive capabilities, as well as how nicely it comes together with in-game actions to create a seamless experience. This project, titled HydraDeck, is just one of many projects being developed for it, with more likely to be revealed as the device gets closer to release.