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If Oculus is the future of Virtual Reality, then why didn’t Google buy it?

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Excellent Article going through why Google didn’t buy Oculus, given that Google wants to be in almost every industry these days. Expert answers from the Mavens, giving their opinion on recent events. I believe Mark Zuckberg will do anything to have an impact on Silicon Valley, with this recent purchase he may just have one foot in the door.
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Microsoft Targets Enterprise Virtual Reality with Business Oriented VR Headset

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Now, with the recent Facebbok/Oculus aquisition, Microsoft have accelerated the release of Virtual Reality offering, targeting the enterprise market.
Dubbed Microsoft Office© Oculu 2014 Enterprise Edition™, the Oculu boasts hardware specifications comparable to the Oculus Rift DK2 and Sony’s Project Morpheus, only more bland somehow.
Originally aimed at the gaming market, Microsoft has re-imagined the virtual reality headset for the enterprise consumer who is more concerned about productivity than fun. “Imagine seeing pivot tables that actually pivot in 3D,” …

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“First Silicon Valley Virtual Reality ‘Conference And Expo’ Announced for May”

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Since the recent Facebook purchase of Oculus, people have started to think alot more about Virtual Reality and the endless possibilities. The latest Silicon Valley Virtual Reality meetup, announced that it will be holding the first ever Virtual Reality Conference/Expo in May.
The world of virtual reality is moving incredibly quickly, this of course you know. But sometimes it’s difficult keep track of just how far things have moved in just the last 12 months. For me, finding out that …

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‘It lets us greatly lower the price of the Rift’

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These words from the creator/founder of the Oculus Rift, Palmer Luckey. Below is a link to the article where Luckey answered questions and concerns regarding the recent acquisition of Oculus by Facebook. Alot of people are torn between the recent news, for Virtual Reality it is huge, finally people will start understanding it more with the media attention it will start to get. However since it is still unclear what Facebook is going to do with it, we must wait …

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Facebook Acquires Oculus VR Inc for $2 Billion

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Facebook has announced that it will buy the Virtual Reality technology company Oculus, for around $2 Billion. The deal gives Facebook leverage in the wearable-technology market so it can compete with the likes of Google Glass.
“Mobile is the platform of today, and now we’re also getting ready for the platforms of tomorrow,” Zuckerberg said. “Oculus has the chance to create the most social platform ever, and change the way we work, play and communicate.”
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Changing Consumer Behaviour with Virtual Reality

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Shopping these days doesn’t seem like to much of a chore especially with the introduction of online shopping. Now however, it has become fully immersive with the Oculus Rift.
The virtual reality program was created for supermarket giant Tesco and is optimistically described as ‘the most immersive experiential platform’. ‘We plan to create virtual experiences for brands that advertisers could only have dreamed about only a few years ago,’ explained Ben Paterson, founder of Figure Digital, the company that …

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More on the Amazing Oculus Rift

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If it wasn’t already clear, the Oculus rift is gaining more support every day. This was especially evident at the recent GDC 2014. With a whopping 16 stations setup, virtual reality enthusiasts cued up to test the new Developer kit 2, which was connected with headphones, xBox 360 controller and an IR camera which was positioned at the front of each seat. Follow this link to read the full article.

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Blueshark

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The Oculus rift helps the Navy simulate future work spaces. The Office of Naval Research’s Project BlueShark is an effort to create a high-tech, futuristic environment to demonstrate what the Navy’s work spaces might look like. The project allows ship operators a 3-D view of their environments, which is useful for scenarios such as combat, where there would be moving ships, submarines, aircraft’s, torpedoes and depth charge.

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Virtual Reality Embraces the real World

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Virtual Reality which is normally associated with Video Games, is finally making it’s way into the mainstream. Mainly because of the Oculus Rift. The video below highlights how useful the Oculus can be, not just for gaming purposes but for beneficial reasons such as Helping Veterans from post dramatic stress through virtual reality exposure theropy and fear of public speaking. So as the Oculus gains exposure for these kind of reasons, the possibility to help thousands of people will certainly …

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Stream Me Up

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SXSW (South by South West ) is a set of festivals/conferences relating to music, interactivity and film that takes places in Austin, Texas every year. The interactive installation StreamMeUp was showcased this year and seemed to have quite an impact on the conference goers. The main idea behind it was to discuss about where the advancements of technology can lead us to a society.
Created in collaboration between Microsoft Studio and an impressive team lead by artist and acting …

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