Oculus

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Oculus (a term from Latin oculus, meaning 'eye'), may refer to the following

Architecture[edit]

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Oculus (film), a 2013 American supernatural psychological horror film directed by Mike Flanagan
  • Oculus (perspective), the point in space where a viewer sees a scene to be depicted in a picture plane
  • Oculus, art installation by Kristin Jones and Andrew Ginzel at the Chambers Street–World Trade Center/Park Place subway station in Lower Manhattan, New York City
  • Occulus, a fictional super-villain in Marvel Comics

New York City transit stations[edit]

In Lower Manhattan, New York City, the Oculus is the name of the head houses for the following transit stations:

Technology[edit]

  • Oculus (brand), a division of Meta Platforms that develops the Oculus Rift device and related technologies
    • Oculus Rift, a PC based virtual reality device
    • Oculus Rift S, a PC based virtual reality device, successor to the Oculus Rift
    • Oculus Quest, a standalone virtual reality device
    • Oculus Quest 2, a standalone virtual reality device, successor to the Oculus Quest

See also[edit]

  • Eye, an organ of the visual system
  • Occult, the study of a deeper spiritual reality that extends beyond pure reason and the physical sciences
  • Ocular (disambiguation)