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Oculus founder: No objection against pornographic content on Oculus glasses
Oculus has no plans to ban virtual reality porn assets of his VR goggles Rift. That said Oculus-CEO Palmer Luckey on Fri conference in San Jose. Porn Producers will have to offer their erotic where the official Oculus shop.
Oculus founder Luckey was one of the members of a panel discussion on the future of consumer-Fri at the first Silicon Valley Virtual Reality Conference, which took place Monday and Tuesday in San Jose. The other members of the panel were Nick Dicarlo, Samsung’s vice president Fri, Clay Bavor, responsible for Google Cardboard and Amir Rubin, CEO of Sixsense.
A woman in the audience asked the panel whether the VR porn industry in the future would continue to allow passive, or would actively block. “The Rift is an open platform,” Luckey said in response. “We do not control the software that can run on the system and that is important.” The other panelists left the question ignore them and also gave little response to a previous question about adult content.
Although Luckey indicates that Fri-porn so will not be banned from the Oculus Rift, as happens on Facebook, the parent company of the VR glasses maker must porn companies do have their own distribution channel to get their aphrodisiac content to the viewer. At Oculus VR Share, the official VR marketplace of Oculus, offensive content is not allowed. In early May made Oculus announced that the consumer version of the Rift in the first quarter of 2016 should appear.Viewing:-130
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