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posted by martyb on Friday October 13 2017, @01:06PM   Printer-friendly
from the do-you-see-what-I-see? dept.

"At every step along the way, the future is built by people who believe it can be better."

That's the message Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO, brought to the company's fourth annual Oculus Connect virtual reality developer conference Wednesday. As in previous years, Zuckerberg joined the stage to discuss the promise of what virtual reality can be and show off some goodies.

The company tallied 100 million app downloads, he said, and added that the company continues to work on a less-bulky version of its headsets.

But he said the company has a goal: Get 1 billion people in VR.

Maybe Zuckerberg can take those billion people along on his virtual cartoon tour of Puerto Rico's hurricane damage.


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  • (Score: 2) by DeathMonkey on Friday October 13 2017, @05:43PM (1 child)

    by DeathMonkey (1380) on Friday October 13 2017, @05:43PM (#581892) Journal

    it is not possible for me to also see where my coffee cup is

    Well clearly the solution is IOT enabled coffee cups, duh! (yes, that was sarcasm)

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  • (Score: 4, Funny) by DannyB on Friday October 13 2017, @05:59PM

    by DannyB (5839) Subscriber Badge on Friday October 13 2017, @05:59PM (#581906) Journal

    Forget coffee cups. You'll get it intravenously. The words "Java" and "Dependency Injection" come to mind.

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    I get constant rejection even though the compiler is supposed to accept constants.