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Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg really wants you to care about virtual reality ( VR Headset ).

Facebook manager Mark Zuckerberg truly needs you to think about virtual reality ( VR Headset ). 

As much as you think about your PC or your cell phone. 

Truth be told, he needs one billion of us living in VR at some point later on. 

Overnight he pulled the wraps off another VR headset — the Oculus GO — that he's depending on being the gadget to start the walk towards that grandiose objective. 

How about we investigate it.

VR is very brave issues

Particularly the cost of passage and constrained interest to those without the top of the line PCs to pull it off. 

Mr Zuckerberg needs to handle them two with the Oculus Go. 

It'll cost $US199 ($255), a great piece less expensive than its enormous sibling the Oculus Rift which initially sold for $US549 ($704). 

The genuine kicker in the Go is it will go about as an independent unit. 

It doesn't should be fastened to a costly PC or a cell phone to work. 

Mr Zuckerberg called it "the most open VR encounter ever".

The inconvenience is, it still just does a certain something

Facebook needs you to take an occasion in VR. 

Or, on the other hand hold a conference. Or, on the other hand instruct a history class. 

This is what Zuckerberg said amid his keynote:

If you can't think of any way that your reality could be better, then you're not thinking hard enough," he said.

Mr Zuckerberg shared the account of Dorothy Howard, an elderly lady who can't travel on account of her wellbeing, who now utilizes VR to go on an occasion anyplace on the planet. 

He needs a future where VR permits us work in workplaces like the one from Minority Report, rather than ungracefully waggling about while connected to a PC.

VR is a $2 billion bet that Zuckerberg needs to pay off

That is how much the Facebook CEO spent in 2014 to buy Oculus from its organizers (for correlation's purpose Facebook paid $1 billion for Instagram). 

He is persuaded that VR will advance into an innovation that reshapes the way individuals collaborate and encounter life, much like Facebook and cell phones as of now have. 

He's not alone.

Tech titans Google, Microsoft, Samsung and Sony all have fluctuating degrees of venture into VR undertakings of their own. 

As indicated by explore firm Garter Inc, 16 million head-mounted showcases were sent a year ago. 

That is far from that grand one billion number Mr Zuckerberg is focusing on. 

VR has picked up the most footing in the videogame business, yet even there it's attempting to wind up much else besides an intriguing side dish, instead of the primary mail. 

The tech world will watch to check whether the Oculus Go can turn into the following raving success like the iPhone … or if VR is an eventual failure like 3D TVs.

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