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Oculus now an official platform, build target for Unity 5

Thomas Schulenberg, @T_Schulenberg
September 20, 2014
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Oculus is now an official platform and build target for Unity 5, Oculus VR's VP of Product Nate Mitchell announced during today's Oculus Connect event.

A related press release notes that Unity will "now fully support Oculus and the Rift with a dedicated add-on that includes stereo imaging optimizations, 3D audio support, and other features specifically for virtual reality."

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