If you’re panning on attending this year’s Oculus Connect developer conference in San Jose, CA, you can now officially mark your calendars for October 5-7 for what Oculus is billing as their “largest developer conference yet.”
Last year’s Connect saw with it several big revelations, including the consumer Gear VR, a number of titles for Touch like the then announced Oculus Medium, and even why the consumer Rift would cost more than the infamous $350 ballpark figure.
While Oculus has yet to publish a schedule, Connect 3 is said to feature keynotes from the usual suspects; CEO Brendan Iribe, CTO John Carmack, and Chief Scientist Michael Abrash. What’s more, Oculus is boasting 50+ technical talks and plenty of demos that will give attendees a crack at everything Oculus has on offer.
According to Oculus’ blogpost, the company will also have “lots more to share about Touch and the 30+ launch titles at OC3.”
Applications to attend open at 9am PST, August 2 (click for local time). Tickets and schedules will be made available on the Connect website.