A woman demonstrates the Oculus virtual reality headset at the Facebook F8 Developers Conference in San Francisco. Once seen as mainly a tool for alien-blasting video gamers, now major movie studios, television producers and even budding artists are adopting the technology that has users donning bulky goggles, entering house-sized domes, even rigging their smartphones to immerse themselves in faraway realms.
A woman demonstrates the Oculus virtual reality headset at the Facebook F8 Developers Conference in San Francisco. Once seen as mainly a tool for alien-blasting video gamers, now major movie studios, television producers and even budding artists are adopting the technology that has users donning bulky goggles, entering house-sized domes, even rigging their smartphones to immerse themselves in faraway realms. Eric Risberg AP
A woman demonstrates the Oculus virtual reality headset at the Facebook F8 Developers Conference in San Francisco. Once seen as mainly a tool for alien-blasting video gamers, now major movie studios, television producers and even budding artists are adopting the technology that has users donning bulky goggles, entering house-sized domes, even rigging their smartphones to immerse themselves in faraway realms. Eric Risberg AP