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NET Framework 4.6.2 or later • Installing the SDK of your choice • Setting up the Oculus Rift Steam application What to read Next: For the developer getting started with the Oculus Rift, this guide covers how to prepare the Oculus Rift for development. This includes: • Installing .NET Framework 4.6.2 or later • Installing the SDK of your choice • Setting up the Oculus Rift Steam application By admin, on 6/6/2016 at 7:03 PM Introduction We’ve all seen the image of a future where virtual reality (VR) headsets are ubiquitous. As more and more third-party developers explore VR, it only makes sense that the Oculus Rift would also become a tool for gaming development. As a first step to exploring the Oculus Rift, this guide will walk you through the process of preparing the Oculus Rift to run your.NET application. Whether you are a beginner to development or an experienced developer, we believe that this guide will serve as a guide for how to set up and run your Oculus Rift application. Oculus Rift Hardware and Software Requirements The Oculus Rift is a fully immersive headset that has a number of special requirements. For our guide to the Oculus Rift Developer Getting Started Guide, we’ll need to make sure that these requirements are met in order to create a virtual reality application for Oculus. In this guide, we will cover the following: Step 1: Installing the Oculus Rift SDK Step 2: Setting up the Oculus Rift Steam application Step 3: Setting up the Oculus Rift developer box Step 4: Configuring and testing the application Step 5: Obtaining a Visual Studio 2017 Development License Note: This guide is designed to be performed on the Windows operating system. If you have another operating system, please check with the Oculus Rift SDK Support page to see if your operating system is supported. 1. Installing the Oculus Rift SDK The Oculus Rift SDK is a collection of programs that are required to develop applications that run on the Oculus Rift. This includes: • C++ tools, • Compiler tools, • Developer documentation, • SDK documentation, and • SDK headers. The Oculus SDK comes as a single install package, so we can update the Oculus SDK to the latest version directly from the Oculus website. Note: The link to the latest Oculus SDK version is found here.