Hey Zuck; Your Paper #Avatar Sucks Virtual Ass, just like your #RealName Policy!
We don't want #NSA Rooms We want Virtual Worlds where #PrivacyMatters!
Take your Paper Dolls and #Advertising Riddled VR Ambitions and place them where
the Virtual Sun doesn't shine! #VR NOT Interested!
It's worth pointing out that the WebVR protocol that the Carmel browser will use is already in development builds of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and (soon) Microsoft Edge. Individuals and brands have been creating Web-based VR for almost 2 years, and there's a library that lets older (mobile) browsers simulate WebVR. So, you don't have to wait for Oculus, you can begin working with WebVR right now! It will be interesting to see exactly what Oculus does with their own browser. To get a handle on the current action in WebVR, check the Slack channel - https://webvr-slack.herokuapp.com.