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Facebook flatters Microsoft’s HoloLens team by immitation

It’s long been known that Facebook, home of the Oculus Rift, was working on developing augmented reality headsets, with the company famously saying the technology will not be ready until 2022. Now a new patent by Oculus has provided some validation for Microsoft’s own much-maligned approach to the technology, which has been criticized for its expense, […] Read More: Facebook flatters M
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