After investing $3 billion in its virtual reality business, the social media giant looks set to get the technology out to as many as possible, and that’s evident in its use of pop-up stores all around. The company has been showing off the Oculus rift technology around the country, and each customer can benefit from a six-minute demo.
This is a pretty interesting twist as the company is likely doing something many may not have taken the time to do. Rather than target VR enthusiasts, the tech company plans to get people who haven’t tried VR to see why many people just love it and why they should try it too.
Facebook acquired VR company, Oculus for about $3 billion back in 2014, but recent reports prove that Mark Zuckerberg has ended up spending over $1 billion above the $2 billion purchase price that was earlier reported. Well, if we include the years Facebook has spent in making this VR technology ready, we may even be looking beyond the $3 billion mark.