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Facebook announces wireless virtual reality headset, Oculus Go

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Facebook announces wireless virtual reality headset, Oculus GoFacebook dropped a bombshell on the virtual reality world Wednesday: a US$200 (NZ$282) virtual reality headset that doesn't require wires or a smartphone to work.The headset could go a long way to helping Facebook get virtual reality...
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News video: Oculus' Project Santa Cruz will offer 6-degrees-of-freedom controllers

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg previews Project Santa Cruz, new technology that will offer inside-out tracking and 6-degrees-of-freedom controllers for its new virtual-reality headset, the Oculus Go.

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