By Michael Thomsen
Oculus Rift and the future of virtual reality were major talking points at CES this week. There’s big business in VR development—for now, anyway.
A lot of technologists think of themselves as makers. People who build things with computers have slowly fidgeted their way through a series of euphemistic descriptions for their vocation from hacker to code ninja, but maker seems to have become the best way for someone working in technology to describe what they do. They make things, and because the medium in which that making happens is limited only by imagination and experience, the thing itself matters less than the fact that the person is uniquely capable of making it.
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