You can output the signal to a regular monitor to see if everything's working.
That's true, it was a Noob question. You are totally right, the output should be the same as a monitor. The interesting thing (haven't research about it yet) is how both monitors work together. Don't know the tech behind it (solved it in the 3rd quote, do you have more info about it?)
Guessing how VR will "feel" without a VR headset isn't likely to work out very well
I agree with you. By the way, do you know how the selling is going to be? like, if there is a waiting line or something? This is because I asked if they, while the Oculus Connect, will be selling the OR DK2 and a user told me that they won't, because there is a waiting line to receive it.
This will involve drawing your scene twice, using two different projection-matrices and then using a post-processing filter to perform the lens-correction
This clarifies the first quote, thanks man.
This means that, (sorry for Noobness) with the SDK, and not using Unity or Unreal engines (I know there is an integration plugin for them) I can use it, for example, to develop games using Haxe or MS Express 2013? Because, at the end, for Haxe and in MS you can use C++, and it's the main language to develop on it. I think you can, but maybe still not right now?
Maybe you can find one on ebay or something?
I heard that they are banning people for selling them on Ebay: http://www.gamingunion.net/news/11071/selling-oculus-rift-dev-kits-on-ebay-will-lead-to-canceled-orders/
But I think is only for only DK2.
Also, I saw your sites and your vehicles look pretty awesome! I am working right now at DSK in India. One of our academic careers is Industrial Design http://www.dsksic.com/industrial_design The kids do some really good stuff.
Keep having a good one mate, and thanks so much for your support.