Tom's Hardware: In a recent interview, Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey said that the company isn't looking to create a rich person's toy, nor are they looking to create a research tool. The team is striving to create a consumer VR headset that "pretty much" anyone can afford. That's certainly good news for gamers waiting patiently for the headset to make a commercial debut.
"You can't sell an expensive piece of hardware and expect tons of content to show up," he said in an interview. "We're not doing market research around what's the breaking point for people to buy a VR headset; we're just trying to sell it as cheap as we can while still existing as a company."