At its special event in San Francisco, Oculus has shown off the consumer version of its VR headset for the very first time.

Much refined from the developer kits that have been around for some time now, the newest version just 'goes away,' in so much as a helmet on your head can do that.

There are two OLED screens inside creating the visuals as well as a low-latency tracking system which has been slowly refined over the past few years. Integrated into the headset are a pair of headphones with 360-degree spatialized audio for that all important immersive experience as well as a dial to increase or decrease the distance from your eyes.

It's visually much slimmed down from the clunky looking developer kits and is covered in a cloth finish instead of just cold hard metal or plastic.

And of course, it'll all be available in Q1 2016.