Announcing Oculus for Business: Bringing VR into the Workplace
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Posted by Oculus VR
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October 11, 2017
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Today at OC4, we launched Oculus for Business—a new, professional Rift bundle designed just for businesses.

Each bundle includes Rift, Oculus Touch controllers, three sensors, and three facial interfaces. You’ll also get dedicated customer support and special extended licenses and warranties you need to set up and deploy your VR systems. Bundles can be ordered, individually and in bulk, at oculus.com/business.

This is a great opportunity—not only for businesses, but for the long-term viability of VR. To become an indispensable part of our daily lives, VR must continue to impact the ways we collaborate, discover, and learn, at scale. With Oculus for Business, more people will get the chance to try VR and experience the magic first-hand.

Businesses of all types can use Rift to boost productivity, accelerate trainings, and present the otherwise impossible to their employees and customers—across industries like tourism, education, medical, construction, manufacturing, automotive, and retail.

Here are just a few great examples of our early partners:

Audi

Audi now has Rift installed at hundreds of their dealerships worldwide, giving people the chance to build their dream car with custom configurations—and thousands of options—in an immersive new way.

DHL

DHL Express, through their global Certified International Specialist (CIS) program and working with their partner Immerse, will be using Rift to drive engagement in learning. VR allows for new levels of immersion in learning and will enable a globally consistent learning experience for an organization that operates in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide.

Cisco Spark VR

Cisco is bringing the functionality of their Cisco Spark app into a virtual environment, a place for teams to meet, discuss, and interact. Teams can present PDFs, interact with 3D files, even draw on a virtual board synced across a physical Spark Board. This lets colleagues collaborate in real time, both virtually and physically.

This is really just the beginning of VR’s place in business, and the possibilities are endless. As these opportunities continue to grow, we’re excited to help this new ecosystem evolve.

Check out oculus.com/business to learn more.

— The Oculus Team