Virtuality

Oculus Has No Plans to Block Virtual Reality Porn

Alex KlokusMay 19th 2015
  • Asked about plans to block any X-rated content or apps during a panel at the first Silicon Valley Virtual Reality Conference in San Jose, Calif., on Monday, Luckey responded: “The rift is an open platform. We don’t control what software can run on it,” adding: “And that’s a big deal.”
  • Luckey’s remarks stood out as most of his fellow panelists tried to dodge controversial questions around topics like adult entertainment as well as motion sickness and other side effects of using virtual reality headsets.
  • He said Monday that less than 20% of these developers are building traditional games, with many others looking to use VR for education, health and other areas. Affordable hardware will drive the adoption in all of these areas, predicted Rubin.

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