Now that Facebook owns Oculus VR, it has been setting up meetings with various studio executives and directors around Hollywood, where it wants to see special content created for the Oculus Rift.
We've already seen a few examples of how this would work, but now from massive Hollywood directors, with tens of millions of dollars behind them. People may have bad words to say about it, or doubt, but I think we're going to see more content for the Rift created and bigger success for true VR in movies than 3D ever did. Maybe not today, or next year, but within the next five years.
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