The past few years have been great for content creators and every day, they are looking for ways to make their work more interactive and enjoyable for viewers and consumers and one of the technologies that are set to usher in a new dimension to content creation and interaction is Virtual Reality (VR). We have had some VR headsets and devices in the market for some time now and while the technology is still in its nascent stage, brands all over the world are pooling considerable resources towards developing the technology, and it’s not far away when we get some proper mainstream VR devices.
One such company that is working completely towards leveraging and developing VR is Oculus. For those of you who don’t know, Oculus is a division of Meta Platforms, that deals exclusively with VR and VR-related hardware. Meta Platforms is nothing but the renamed Facebook Inc. and is basically an amalgamation of the various social media platforms that come under the Facebook brand, including Facebook itself, Instagram, Whatsapp, and Oculus.