Oculus Connect 2, the Virtual Reality conference, is coming. The future for conferences is now here with the conference applying a new twist to how it can be viewed.
According to PC Advisor, the firm handling the event said that, "Oculus Connect 2 is our second annual developer conference where engineers, designers and creatives from around the world come together to learn about the future of the Oculus platform and push virtual reality forward."
"This year's Connect will feature keynotes from Brendan Iribe, Michael Abrash and John Carmack, plus everything developers need to know to launch on the Rift and Gear VR," The firm further added.
Oculus VR CEO Brenden Iribe will reportedly reveal new information regarding the Oculus Rift, Oculus Touch and the Samsung Gear VR Headsets together with Chief Scientist Michael Abrash and Oculus CTO John Carmack, who will also discuss mobile virtual reality.
According to Engadget, the Oculus Connect 2 conference will showcase the latest developments in VR technology. A select few individuals will also get to experience the sensation of virtual reality.
But what's unique about the conference is that, even if you're not actually there, you will still feel that you are present. Just equip your Gear VR headset and livestream the keynote.
However, you must have a VR compatible device like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or the Galaxy S6. Then, download the NextVR app and launch Oculus Home. Afterwards, just select the Oculus Connect 2 icon and you can now livestream the conference in virtual reality.
The Oculus Connect 2 conference will again take place at Loews Hotel in Hollywood, which will happen from September 23 to 25.
As for the keynotes of Brendan Iribe, Michael Abrash and John Carmack, all of them will be held on Sept. 24.
But even if you're not in Los Angeles where the conference will be held, you can still catch it via normal livestream as reported by Tech Radar.