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eye, oculus, optic(noun)
the organ of sight
A window or other opening that has an oval or circular shape (as of an eye).
One can glimpse the sky through the oculus of the Pantheon in Rome.
Origin: From oculus.
An oculus, plural oculi, from Latin oculus: eye, denotes a circular opening in the centre of a dome or in a wall. Originating in Antiquity, it is a feature of Byzantine and Neoclassical architecture. It is also known as an œil de boeuf from the French, or simply a "bull's-eye".
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Oculus has basically jumped out in front.
Oculus has done a great job of keeping themselves front and center and making themselves the product that everyone has to be compared against.
I think we are going to see a slow build up of content and then we will start to see an avalanche of content maybe a few months after the Oculus( Rift) hits, i think that 2016 really is going to be when we see that inflection, the true transition for virtual reality.
Sony has the Morpheus headset that should work with the Playstation 4, microsoft has the Hololens, which is very experimental, a more augmented reality and ... Oculus is the market leader. They were the first guys with workable hardware which should be available to buy early next year.
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