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Oculus investor Greg Castle unveils $12 million fund for VR, self-driving cars, and more

Oculus seed investor Greg Castle was there for the birth of the company that rapidly accelerated virtual reality’s sudden resurgence. Now, he’s announcing an investment fund to focus on companies that can offer improvements in VR, AR, self-directed vehicles and robotics, as well as companies that can use artificial intelligence and computer vision in innovative new […]
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