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Oculus Rooms and Parties explained: How does Facebook see us being social in VR?
Virtual reality isn't limited to gaming.
Ever since the Oculus Rift VR headset debuted a few years ago, most of the talk surrounding the latest VR craze has centered around gaming. Most of the demos we've seen for the Rift, for instance, are some type of game. Although we know VR can extend into other applications, including to travel across the world from the comfort of your home, one area that hasn't been discussed a lot is social.
Well, Facebook-owned Oculus VR has a social strategy and recently demoed it while at the Oculus Connect 3 conference in early October. Here's everything you need to know about being social in VR, including the Oculus platform's new social features and coming support for live streaming.
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