Oculus is now accepting applications for Oculus Connect 2 in Hollywood from September 23-25. Apply here.
Applications will be evaluated by mid-August, according to Oculus.
The event costs $495 for early birds with that price jumping to $695 on August 25. There are a limited number of “Indie” and “Student” passes available for $95. Oculus will evaluate applications to see if you qualify.
If you don’t have the money to make it to California the keynotes at the event will be livestreamed on the Oculus website. The keynotes this year include Brendan Iribe, Michael Abrash and John Carmack.
Nearly 1,000 developers attended last year’s inaugural event where they got to be the first to see the Crescent Bay prototype that closely resembles the consumer Rift.
With the Oculus Touch handheld controllers in the works, and developers short on hands-on opportunities, we’re hoping developers will get some quality time with the hardware.