Today, June 25, marks the independence day of the Philippines, which will see its people march through Manila in a “March for Independence” on July 1.
The Oculus Rift will be a part of the event.
The Oculus Rift is an extremely popular virtual reality headset that is available for purchase on the virtual marketplace, Oculus Rift.
The device uses a pair of cameras to track your head position, and can then render the scene in your field of view.
It has a price tag of $599, though it can be purchased for $599.
In addition to being a VR headset, it’s also a way for people to interact with the virtual world.
“With the Oculus headset, people can interact with virtual worlds in a very natural way,” said Oculus co-founder Brendan Iribe.
“The experience is very similar to playing a game in VR.
You can move around freely, and the Oculus system is really designed for that.
It’s also the first system that allows people to actually be in the real world, and not just the virtual.”
When asked what the experience will be like, Iribe said it will be similar to a traditional VR experience.
“The experience will not be completely devoid of a real-world feel,” he said.
“We will be bringing in the same kinds of characters and environments that are present in the games.”
The Oculus is currently in development for both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and a final release date has not been set.
The headset’s price is currently unknown.