Palmer Luckey, the founder of Oculus who left the company in 2017, recently published an article with his thoughts on what it will take for #VR to reach the mainstream. Price, he argues, matters little if the experience is not keeping people coming back to the technology on a regular basis. Perhaps not coincidentally, the […] [Read More]
Summary… * Machine-Made
Price, he argues, matters little if the experience is not keeping people coming back to the technology on a regular basis.
Perhaps not coincidentally, the piece published on Luckey’s personal blog this week comes just after reported priority shuffling at his former company, Oculus.
[his emphasis]”Furthermore, Luckey believes that “No existing or imminent #VR hardware is good enough to go truly mainstream, even at a price of $0.00.
After quickly raising additional investment following the Kickstarter, Oculus was acquired just two years later by Facebook.
While Oculus was left well enough alone for a while, Facebook’s influence on the company has become increasingly apparent.
Opinion… * Man-Made
In order for Virtual Reality to gain mass adoption, it needs… higher resolutions, improved ergonomics that cater to a wide variety of users, and enough deep content to engage that same wide variety of users are all key factors. #VR #Trend
Source: Road To Vr