Palmer Luckey gives monetary middle finger to Facebook and Oculus - Mashable

Palmer Luckey, co-founder of Oculus virtual reality, gave his old employers at Oculus and Facebook a huge middle finger this week by donating thousands of dollars to a VR project that makes Oculus-exclusive VR games playable on its competitor's VR ...

Palmer Luckey donates to software that breaks Oculus exclusivity - Engadget

Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey has always railed against the idea of locking VR games to a single platform. Now, several months after leaving Facebook following controversy about his political donations to a pro-Trump group, Luckey is stepping back ...

Oculus Founder Donates to Rift VR Hack Program - Game Rant

Palmer Luckey, the inventor of Oculus, appears to have just supported the ReVive platform with a large donation on Patreon. The money will help ReVive make Oculus-exclusive games playable on the HTC Vive virtual reality platform, reducing the edge ...

Grab PSVR For Under £290 In UK Today - UploadVR

Summer sales are in full swing and you can currently get some good deals on both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Sony's PlayStation VR (PSVR) isn't missing out either, at least in the UK. UK online retailer ShopTo is having a Payday Sale and PSVR is at ...

Palmer Luckey is putting $2000 a month into a tool that gets around Oculus exclusivity - Silicon Valley Business Journal

Oculus cofounder Palmer Luckey this week put $2,000 per month into CrossVR, a project that ports over games built exclusively for the Oculus Rift to the competing HTC Vive platform. The developer, Jules Blok, confirmed the donation in a post on Patreon.

AR vs VR: what's the difference? - Android Authority (blog)

While the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive haven't quite been flying off the shelves yet, virtual reality is still big news and most analysts think that it is about to take off in a big way. And even if it remains solely the pastime of enthusiasts, it's still ...

Oculus Co-Founder Invests In The Competition - ChannelNews

Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey has put his money behind Revive, a new software kit that will bring software previously exclusive to the Oculus Rift to other VR platforms like the HTC Vive. Luckey pledged $2000 a month of support to the development of ...