The Kickstarter campaign for the Oculus Rift - "the first truly immersive virtual reality headset for video games" - has rocketed past the $1 million mark.
The total at the time of writing sits at $1,114,713, which completely smashes the $250,000 target set for the campaign when it launched on August 1, and there are still 28 days to go.
Said to be "the first truly immersive virtual reality headset for video games", the Oculus Rift has a diagonal field of view of 110, a 3D panoramic view, which means the internal displays will appear to surround you.
Designer Palmer Luckey needed $250,000 to get Rift dev kits off the ground and in the hands of game developers.
A final retail product is a way off, but you can get your hands on a prototype version (estimated delivery in December 2012) with a copy of Doom 3 BFG Edition (the first Rift-supported game) by pledging $300 or more to the Kickstarter.