When Facebook bought Oculus VR last week for $2 billion, many wondered if and how the social network could integrate the virtual reality experience into the social networking site. Now, a concept video by Chaotic Moon Studios shows what an Oculus Rift-powered Facebook experience might look like.
Now that millions of consumers are at least somewhat familiar with the VR gadget, it’s not unreasonable to assume the device will eventually become mainstream, serving to create a much more immersive internet experience. That’s at least one theory, demonstrated today by Chaotic Moon.
William “Whurley” Hurley, chief innovation officer at Chaotic Moon Studios, discusses Facebook’s agreement to buy Oculus for $2 billion with Carol Massar and Jon Erlichman on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock.”
Chaotic Moon Chief Innovation Officer William Hurley discusses the CUPID stun drone that can deliver 80,000 volts. He speaks with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock.”
Today’s students are graduating into jobs that didn’t exist when they first arrived in school. Employers value collaboration, communication and critical problem solving skills (fluid intelligence) above the accumulation of knowledge (crystallized intelligence), yet we still teach and test students on the latter.