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At Augmented World Expo, Palmer Luckey says he's building a new headset "driven by military requirements" that will also be used for "non-military stuff" (Adi Robertson/The Verge)


Adi Robertson / The Verge:

At Augmented World Expo, Palmer Luckey says he’s building a new headset “driven by military requirements” that will also be used for “non-military stuff”  —  Luckey also mentioned “adult entertainment” could be the most promising VR hardware niche for a small company, since mainstream companies won’t touch it.

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