Oculus Rift virtual reality offered at Redbud Library

From Lake County News

“Virtual reality in the form of Oculus Rift comes to the Redbud branch of the Lake County Library every Wednesday from 4 to 5 p.m.The free 10-minute sessions are open to the public for ages 12 and above.Lake County’s Redbud Library is one of 100 public libraries in California that have received free virtual reality kits from Oculus Rift, the company that pioneered VR.Oculus, along with VAR Libraries, the California State Library and Califa, a nonprofit consortium that represents 220 libraries in California, brought the pilot program to the libraries all across the state.The kits include Oculus headsets, hand controls, and computers to run the software.The software package features a variety of educational software titles, such as Apollo 11, Star Chart, The Body VR, Ocean Rift and Mars Odyssey.Library staff is on hand to set up the equipment and assist patrons during the Oculus sessions. ”