Startup Oculus VR is securing another $75 million in funding as they work to
bring affordable Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets to the public.
that this round of Series B funding should close today, adding to
$16 million in Series A funding raised in June
and the $2.4 million raised by
the project's Kickstarter
for a total of over $93 million. The first units
for consumers are expected next
, and according to Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe they are not looking to raise
any more capital between now and then: "We’re certainly planning for this
to be it as far as funding until the consumer version launches."