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Originally Posted by phill1978 View Post

then maybe you have shown your true self. not everyone will sell out for large amounts of money, many will but not all do. Not everyone wants infinite amounts of everything.

I was shocked and appalled at the deal originally but now I'm going with cautious optimism. Oculus promised a consumer grade VR gaming headset and they are still on track to deliver it. There's no evidence that Facebook has "killed it" or started plastering ads all over it. Look at instagram. They are operating exactly as they were years ago before Facebook bought them. As for the kick starter backers, oculus' promise to them was to deliver them a devkit and that's all. (And whatever else they promised for however much they donated). Once they delivered that their relationship with their backers on kick starter was officially over, they didn't owe them anything at that point. Oculus is free to do whatever they want and I may actually wait for the consumer grade version now rather than get the DK2.
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So they promised a good VR.

I fail to understand why people are mad for the fact they sold out, besides the Facebook hate.

Its not just specifically Facebook hate. People are very displeased that something that was supposed to be made specifically for gamers is now in the hands of an none gaming company. Sure its a knee jerk reaction but anyone that thinks Facebook will have no impact on how the rift turns out is a damn fool.

As someone (can't remember who, sorry) said people are mad because Oculus was our baby and it's just been sold to big-greedy-corporation.

 

It doesn't have to a bad impact, and I have the feeling that with CV1 people will relent a bit. Here's how I see it:

 

Oculus have never been focused on creating a good VR gaming HMD. That was (originally) their target market but there is nothing about it that isn't there because it makes VR in general better. There shouldn't be any reason, save cost, for facebook to force OculusVR to scrimp on hardware. And since FB agreed to sell CV1 at cost that can only mean a better product or lower price.

 

FB will, I feel, try not to interfere with Oculus for at least CV1, maybe CV2. After that expect FB-related stuff to creep ever in, but so long as the hardware is there someone will hack together an alternative for software. If it's "just" data-mining I don't really care, targeted ads are hardly going to ruin my life.

I know there are those who like their tin-foil hats and secrecy, but I don't care unless it's going to affect my life, and I certainly won't let it stop me buying a great VR experience.

 

And if the FB acquisition gives VR the boost it needs to go truly mainstream, then that's just brilliant.

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More like welcome to Earth.

No matter what it is you do, you are going to really offend some people.
Multi-billion dollar deals are often quite far from trivial for quite a few.
I've never really understood this statement. Of course those living in the first world are going to have first world problems. If you are attached to the Rift project as a backer, investor, developer, partner, or potential customer, you are probably first world. Your basic needs are well met, and you can afford something beyond the necessities of existence. This is a given, and does nothing to trivialize the problems one may still have.
A ludicrous expectation, just like every other expectation that is doomed to never be met. Not that I think Occulus VR is particularly surprised.
Before the internet, death threats came on paper via envelopes, phone calls, and graffiti, still occasionally do. Internet just makes it slightly easier for angry people to express themselves.
Well, it's certainly safer for the object of the hatred.
Who doesn't get death threats?

I know like nine people, and six of them want me dead.
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Who doesn't get death threats?

I know like nine people, and six of them want me dead.

I really hope your kidding otherwise Jesus... Do you murder puppies for a living or something?
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I was shocked and appalled at the deal originally but now I'm going with cautious optimism. Oculus promised a consumer grade VR gaming headset and they are still on track to deliver it. There's no evidence that Facebook has "killed it" or started plastering ads all over it. Look at instagram. They are operating exactly as they were years ago before Facebook bought them.
I feel the exact same way. At first I was ready to throw Oculus under the bus, now I want to see what happens. Either way I'm still very very excited for VR!!!! And if VR has other applications made for it besides gaming (like any other PC/monitor) I'm ok with that too. If different aspects of virtual communication, shopping, or traveling to other countries virtually bring more popularity to VR, which equals wider acceptance, that equals better versions; well I'm ok with that. It would be pretty cool to walk the streets of a different country or vacation destination from the comfort of my own home.

One great sign that the Oculus is moving in the right direction is the news that Oculus just hired Michael Abrash from Valve for its Chief Scientist. For you who don't know, that is an amazingly MASSIVE step towards a more advance VR product from Oculus!!!
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I wonder if kickstarter has any rules that people cant start lawsuits if they don't i see a class action lawsuit coming up against them from the people who funded it trying to get thier money back.

If they don't have rules now, I'm sure some are in the works for future situations like this.
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Yep... this shouldn't even be news. It's expected that whenever something like this happens; butt-hurt manchildren and pre-teens flock to have a cry.
Facebook destroyed one of their chances to live a virtual life outside of burger flipping, obesity, neckbeards and minimal wage.

/rant

It certainly is news. Whether or not it was expected it moot. It happened and it is a serious issue.
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I get death threats 24/7 it's just people trying to output their aggression, how s it news everytime it happens to someone 'famous'

What do you do that you constantly get death threats?
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This is in no way trivial. People are not stupid, it's a sellout, and a bad one at that. Facebook. Of ALL the companies to be acquired by, the one that cares the least about user data or the idea of privacy?

How is it a sellout? People invested in the Kickstarter to get the company started. Not to purchase a product. Not to invest in the stock of the company. John Carmack has said himself that they had investors whom they have always answered to outside of kickstarter. Selling the company to Facebook allows them to leap ahead on development due to a massive amount of money now being available to dump into the project. Items on their to-do list which were pushed all the way to the bottom of the list can now be immediately be taken care of. They can hire more devs. They have access to a tremendous amount of resources.

CV1 is still being released with full independence during development. Carmack has already stated they plan on releasing an updated CV2. After CV1, though, what do you or anybody else care? The project was invested in to get the company off the ground in order to produce CV1. Peoples' view stopped there. That was all they cared about. What does the future of the company after CV1/2 matter?

Do I wish Google had bought them instead? Sure. Do I think Facebook's acquisition is a bad thing? No. None of us have a crystal ball that can see exactly how the product will turn out, and all this wild speculation does is feed the people who do things like make death threats to people developing a product they love.

On the topic of Facebook not respecting user data, I suppose it would not be news for you to learn how publicly outspoken Zuckerberg is about data farming. Too, I don't suppose it's a stretch for people to learn how to set up their own account to maintain their privacy on social networking sites. Facebook has always allowed you to maintain your privacy. It's on the users to learn how to set it up correctly.

This whole thing is silly. I, for one, look forward to the release of CV1 getting to throw it in every single person's face when it turns out to be amazing.
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People trying to defend Oculus... LOL.

People funded and invested into this project, once it made enough money and got its funding it sold out before even releasing its second development kit. Who ever invested/funded into the project should also get a piece of that 2 billion.
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People trying to defend Oculus... LOL.

People funded and invested into this project, once it made enough money and got its funding it sold out before even releasing its second development kit. Who ever invested/funded into the project should also get a piece of that 2 billion.

No they shouldn't. They get what they were promised, a devkit. If they wanted to invest they should have talked to Luckey 2 years ago.
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No they shouldn't. They get what they were promised, a devkit. If they wanted to invest they should have talked to Luckey 2 years ago.

if everyone operated like that the world would be a crappy place ... ohh they do if its corporate rolleyes.gif

btw, its nice that so far you have admitted that you would sell your family for $2 billion and screw over the community on a technicality and not a promise


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I've always wanted to see the face of someone that sends out death threats. I'd imagine they are fat greasy faced men with sideways flat bills sitting in a dark room or 14yo boys doing it for the lolz.
 
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