Oculus is now taking Rift demo appointments at E3 through their app. If you’ll be at E3 and want to get your head into the Rift consumer version for the first time, jump in and sign up! You’ll get to choose between nine games to experience.

You can now use the official Oculus app to book yourself a time slot to check out the latest version of the company’s headset at E3. The Oculus app is available on Android and iOS.

The company is booking demo slots in 30 minute increments, with multiple bookings available per time slot, which will be held at their E3 booth #5400 in the West Hall.

The company will be giving demos throughout the show from 10am to 6pm on Tuesday and Wednesday and from 10am to 5pm on Thursday. The app notes, “If all the Rift demo slots are full, check back later, as more slots will be added throughout E3.”

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Those with appointments will get to choose between nine games that they’d like to experience. Here’s the full list of available titles. Better pick now so that the on-the-spot decision making process doesn’t rob you of precious game time!

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  • Don Gateley

    If you go, please pin them down on whether Oculus Home is a walled garden like that on the Gear VR or whether developers will still be able to market and distribute content through other channels or via direct download without Oculus/Facebook approval.