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Facebook acquired the Virtual Reality (VR) start-up Oculus VR, in 2014 for a whopping $2 million. This made the Oculus founder, Palmer Luckey a legend in the eyes of next generation start-up heroes. When he made this fortune of $2 million he was just 21, a very young age to become a millionaire. But this is what happens when the Facebook CEO shows interest in your start-up. Well, everyone does not get a chance to get acquired at this price, that too, at 21. But life took a strange turn for Luckey after news spread like fire that secre...
Oculus just shipped its first consumer product on Thursday. The high-end VR headset marks its debut in the market of virtual reality on Monday, but much to everyoneโ€™s surprise, the launch wonโ€™t be a massive marketing blitz or some star-studded launch event either. Instead, these doodads will start simply landing on the doorsteps of early Oculus Rift adopters who have pre-booked the device for $600. It has been four years since this immersive piece of technology fired up its first campaign on Kickstarter. The concept of Oculus Rift...
The team of High Voltage developers finally released the teaser of Dragon Front, an upcoming VR card game for Oculus Rift under the banner of Oculus Studios, which will be launched in spring 2016. Palmer Luckey, the founder of Oculus, suggested that the experience of Dragon Front might be a type of title for card battling with reference to Yu-Gi-Oh, a popular animation series. The new projected is expected to be a colorful experience designed in the style of Magic the Gathering card game. Here the players are offered to customize ma...
Palmer Luckey, the baby-faced 22-year-old founder of the virtual reality company Oculus VR who once floated to the cover of Time magazine, recently took to Reddit to participate in an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session. Facebook-owned virtual reality company began first shipment of its inaugural headsets todayย while also accepting pre-orders on the Oculus Rift which was notoriously priced at $599, compared to the low-end estimate of $330 which Luckey stated during a developer conference in a few months ago. AMA on Reddit starting now! h...