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I'm glad I wasn't the only one!

I also tried spanning the video across two screens and doing the "magic eye" type thing with it with limited success.

Lol glad im not the only insane one here. I tried it with my tablet as well.
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so... I was talking about IGPU the other day. well... This is a company (without a physical device) that has been around since 2006, they are obviously trying to capitalize off of the facebook drama, but still... They plan to use IGPU. This is the only way to make these devices "masses" ready.

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/128173-upset-by-facebook-s-oculus-rift-acquisition-never-fear-true-player-gear-is-here
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so... I was talking about IGPU the other day. well... This is a company (without a physical device) that has been around since 2006, they are obviously trying to capitalize off of the facebook drama, but still... They plan to use IGPU. This is the only way to make these devices "masses" ready.

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/128173-upset-by-facebook-s-oculus-rift-acquisition-never-fear-true-player-gear-is-here

I see no mention of iGPU. They're talking about off loading some pre display distortion for the lenses performed by your GPU with the Oculus to a chip in the headset.
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APRIL FOOLS.

Facebook was playing a big joke. Its all fake.
Please read. They are trying to out do the giant google from last year.
biggrin.gif

http://www.muktware.com/2014/03/oculus-purchase-1st-april-joke-facebook/24557
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^CLICK LINK TO READ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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Originally Posted by Calibos View Post

I see no mention of iGPU. They're talking about off loading some pre display distortion for the lenses performed by your GPU with the Oculus to a chip in the headset.

Think you are right... Misread it I guess.
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APRIL FOOLS.

Facebook was playing a big joke. Its all fake.
Please read. They are trying to out do the giant google from last year.
biggrin.gif

http://www.muktware.com/2014/03/oculus-purchase-1st-april-joke-facebook/24557
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^CLICK LINK TO READ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

SATIRE. L2 SATIRE.
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This is satire. If you want to read more satire by Swapnil Bhartiya under ‘Damn-O-Crazy’ section, you can circle him and Damn-O-Crazy page on Google+, Twitter and Facebook. We also have an RSS Feed in case you are interested.

Damn-O-Crazy, Satire

Edited by skupples - 3/28/14 at 7:48pm
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post #286 of 383
I knew that was satire before I even clicked on it. Still not a funny post!
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Looks like Oculus is already putting Facebook's money to good use: http://www.oculusvr.com/blog/introducing-michael-abrash-oculus-chief-scientist/

It's definitely worth reading in full but especially at the end he addresses the Facebook acquisition:
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That's why I've written before that VR wouldn't become truly great until some company stepped up and invested the considerable capital to build the right hardware – and that it wouldn't be clear that it made sense to spend that capital until VR was truly great. I was afraid that that Catch-22 would cause VR to fail to achieve liftoff.

That worry is now gone. Facebook's acquisition of Oculus means that VR is going to happen in all its glory. The resources and long-term commitment that Facebook brings gives Oculus the runway it needs to solve the hard problems of VR – and some of them are hard indeed.
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Got the same mail about Abrash joining Occulus. Sounded a lot like damage control talk to justify selling out to FB. It does not change the fact that it belongs now to FB and that FB will use it for their own purposes. It would be naive to believe otherwise in my opinion given the FB track record. They will perhaps release first iteration or two relatively clean and then add invasive policies a bit later - like, for example, Razer did with their Synapse 2.0 by adding the datamining into driver or perhaps just through a mandatory firmware update if they need to enable eye tracking n stuff ("mandatory" being that "hey we updated API, if you want your Rift to work in the future as well with our API you will have to update Firmware" or they just do it through a drivers silently by not asking you if you would like to update firmware).
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Got the same mail about Abrash joining Occulus. Sounded a lot like damage control talk to justify selling out to FB. It does not change the fact that it belongs now to FB and that FB will use it for their own purposes. It would be naive to believe otherwise in my opinion given the FB track record. They will perhaps release first iteration or two relatively clean and then add invasive policies a bit later [...]

I'll be the first to admit that Facebook could turn the Rift into some ad-infested, soul-sucking, data-mining, puppy-kicking abomination down the road, but they need gamers to drive adoption of the first generation or two of the technology so'll they'll do everything they can to cater to the gaming community for now.

The thing is, Facebook has thrown down a 2 billion dollar gauntlet to the entire tech industry that VR is not just a fad but will revolutionize how we interact with computers. Razer has hinted at having something in development, Microsoft has been experimenting with AR for years, and I'm sure all sorts of new companies will come out of the woodwork in the coming year or two, so if Facebook does screw it up, by the time that happens there should be plenty of alternatives to pick from.

And before anyone brings up patents, as far as I can tell, Facebook has never sued anyone over patents (other than counter-suing Yahoo as a defensive measure) and is a big proponent of open-source software and hardware (Palmer is also a big fan of open-source). Oculus, last I heard, only holds one patent and it's not even something critical to the functionality of the Rift (edit: it's a design patent covering the appearance of DK1, patent #D701,206). If anything, Facebook has the money to defend Oculus if Apple decides to start a patent war over VR: http://bgr.com/2013/12/10/apple-virtual-reality-goggles-patent/

Considering how Facebook has handled Instagram so far, I think it is reasonable to believe Mark when he says Facebook will leave Oculus alone to develop compelling VR (not to mention FB is a publicly traded company, they have a legal obligation to make accurate statements to the public).
Edited by Aibohphobia - 3/29/14 at 2:45pm
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Considering how Facebook has handled Instagram so far, I think it is reasonable to believe Mark when he says Facebook will leave Oculus alone to develop compelling VR (not to mention FB is a publicly traded company, they have a legal obligation to make accurate statements to the public).

Was there not some kind of drama with Instagrim after FB takeover? Something about EULA or TOS where by "accident" it was changed to something pretty draconian claiming ownership and copyright on everything in there for all possible purposes which was later claimed to be accident after massive community backlash? For me it's ofc only hearsay as I'm not a Instagrim user myself so do not know nor do I know anything about Instagrims current EULA or TOS conditions.
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