Also see Why Google and Facebook Want to Make a New Kind of VR Headset (Bloomberg), Oculus’ new wireless prototype could be VR’s next great leap (The Verge), and this Facebook VR keynote demo
"Zuckerberg said the next step for VR is social software. Facebook’s Oculus now lets people have “rooms” to hang out with their avatar friends, where they can watch movies, play games or talk.Facebook Testing VR Headset That Doesn’t Need PC Connection - Bloomberg
“Virtual reality is the perfect platform to put people first, because of presence,” Zuckerberg said. “You feel like you’re really there, in another place, with people.”
Oculus has so far spent $250 million on developers of VR experiences, and plans to pledge $250 million more, Zuckerberg said. About $10 million will go to education experiences specifically."