The Norwegian army is getting some virtual help steering their massive tanks thanks to Oculus Rift. The Norwegian Armed Forces have been seeking a way around this, and through some cleverly mounted cameras on the outside of the tank and the headset, they were able to achieve it. The video is transferred through a computer to Oculus Rift, which creates a 360-degree view in the headset for the driver. The system cost around $2,000, which is an absolute bargain by military hardware standards. Combat Lab major Ola Petter Odden is a fan of the Oculus system: Normally, you would be more or less blind, because there is armor all around you.