Oculus Kicks Off Virtual Reality's Slow-Motion Revolution
The first Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets began shipping on Monday, three and a half years after it was first launched as a Kickstarter project and two years after Facebook bought the company for $2 billion. The launch ushers in the official beginning of a new era of virtual reality, which even the most enthusiastic acolytes recognize isn’t going to change the world overnight.
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