By Salvador Rodriguez
When it comes to virtual reality, Facebook knows how to talk the talk, delivering a moving speech at its F8 developer conference Thursday explaining why this technology could change society. But walking the walk is a different story, as the company once again failed to announce a consumer launch date for the Oculus Rift, the headset from the startup it purchased last year for $2 billion.
Speaking before hundreds of developers at the conference in San Francisco, Oculus Chief Scientist Michael Abrash presented the crowd with numerous visual and audio illusions as a way to explain that if done right, virtual reality can be perceived by human brains as an actual world.
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