Oculus Research team, Zuckerberg introduce to new ultra cool VR gloves

When you’re Mark Zuckerberg, you have the privilege of checking out what tomorrow’s virtual and augmented reality are going to look like: All it takes is a visit...

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When you’re Mark Zuckerberg, you have the privilege of checking out what tomorrow’s virtual and augmented reality are going to look like: All it takes is a visit to the Oculus Research lab in Redmond, Washington.

 glasses small enough to take anywhere, software that lets you Research team experience anything introduce  The goal of the Oculus Research team, Zuckerberg wrote, is “to make VR and AR what we all Oculus want it to be:  and technology that lets you interact with the virtual world just like you do ultra cool  with the physical one.”

One image shows him wearing a new type of VR gloves, which can do a lot more than your regular Oculus Touch controller. introduce  While we’re ultra cool not Research team quite there yet, Oculus Zuckerberg’s collage of photos from the lab shows what might be coming next to Oculus.

That’s what I’m doing here,”Research team  he wrote. “Wearing these gloves, you can draw, type on a virtual keyboard, introduce  and even shoot webs ultra cool like Spider  Oculus Man.  Yes, Mark Zuckerberg is actually being Spider-Man in this photo.

“So quiet you can hear your own heart beat,According to Zuckerberg, introduce  the chamber will be one of the quietest places ultra cool in the world when it’s Oculus Research team  finished.Another photo shows an anechoic chamber, built by Oculus to perform experiments with sound.

Zuckerberg also claims the lab has a diamond cutter that uses a gemstone-quality diamond to cut through metal.   introduce  A third photo “ultra cool  he wrote.  shows a ” milling Research team machine 5-axis CNC ;” There’s  of course, introduce  when we might seeno Research team word,ultra cool  the ready gloves Spider-Man-v as Oculus an actual product, but seeing Oculus working on something like that makes us feel great about the future of VR and AR.

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