It may not be the most powerful VR system on the market, but the just-announced Oculus Quest has the potential to be a breakout hit. The system’s wireless headset and two Oculus Touch controllers offer six-degrees-of-freedom (6DOF) experiences—meaning you can walk, crouch or jump in the real world and your character moves in the virtual one. Games drop players right into the middle of the action. And, the OLED panel offers a solid 2880×1600 resolution. According to Ars Technica, “That full head and hand tracking makes the Quest a completely different class of VR than other untethered ‘mobile’ headsets.” With that functionality at an affordable price for such a system, many barriers to entry into the VR world have been lifted. Read more at Ars Technica.