Oculus VR released the Oculus SDK 0.4.1 beta which comprises of important fixes for developers. The important thing to note in this development is that Oculus SDK is now available for Mac OSX as well. (Source: roadtovr)
This means that Mac users will now be able to develop apps for Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset. Oculus had released an update to their Software SDK which provides support for OS X users.
“Notably, the Oculus SDK is now available for Mac OSX, along with a version of the Oculus Runtime and Unity Tuscany Demo for Mac. There’s no word on when Linux support will be ready.”
Mac users who want to kick start the development of the software for the Facebook acquired Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset platform are now free to do so. However, to make full use and gain full access the developers will have to pay $350 in order to gain access to Oculus Hardware Development Kit.