The Oculus Rift or Oculus CV1 is a 6DoF VR headset in the first generation of PCVR headsets. It was launched by Oculus in early 2016 for 599.99 USD without the Oculus Touch controllers which were released later in December of 2016 for a 199.99 USD. It was later discontinued in 2019 after the announcement of the Oculus Rift S.
The Rift has dual Pentile OLED panels with a resolution of 1080x1200 per eye running at 90hz with a FOV of 110 degrees. It has a mechanical IPD (Interpupillary Distance AKA distance between your eyes) adjustment slider that supports a range of 58-72mm. The Rift features integrated headphones that provide 3D audio though they are user-replaceable and the HMD can be used with standard headphones instead.
Tracking and Controllers
The Rift used constellation as it's tracking system for the HMD and Controllers. Oculus originally bundled in 1 sensor and a Xbox One controller in the box when the Rift was first launched. In December 2016 Oculus launched the Touch Controllers as an accessory to the original Rift. But in August of 2017 Oculus discontinued the standard Rift with Xbox One Controller in favor of the Oculus Rift+Touch bundle which was priced as 399 USD. It had two sensors, 2 touch controllers, and one Oculus Rift HMD.