A team of engineers from the Internet Engineering Task Force is trying to get the next-gen Oculus Rift headset built

Posted September 15, 2018 10:31:06 A team from the ICTF is working on a VR headset that would allow gamers to experience a virtual world, without actually wearing a headset.

The new project is called Immersive Engineering and the team, led by the co-founder of Oculus VR, John Carmack, have been working with a company called Lighthouse to bring VR to the masses.

According to the developers, the technology will allow people to play a virtual game without actually having a VR device in their hands.

In order to make this possible, the team of five engineers and one programmer have built a prototype headset.

The prototype consists of a smartphone, a headset, a computer, and a pair of headphones.

The team is currently working on making a version of the prototype headset that can be worn by an average person, but the engineers hope to build a VR version of it that will be much better for gamers.

The headset uses a combination of optics and optics sensors, so the team is also looking to improve the quality of the signal they get from the device.

The developers say that the headset is capable of handling 60 degrees of head movement, which is roughly the same as the HTC Vive.

According, the headset can be used in a number of different ways, including in a virtual reality mode where users can look around the virtual world without actually being in the VR world.

The company hopes to start shipping a VR prototype headset to gamers later this year.