Facerift lets users browse the social network in virtual reality.
As a response to Facebook’s $2 billion acquisition of Oculus VR, developers Bronson Zgeb and Gruau Pomme Lackey of Montreal-based collective KO-OP Mode have created an app that lets users browse the social network in a virtual world.
The app, called Facerift, lets people go on Facebook with the Oculus Rift and wander around their friends’ statuses and photos in a 3D environment using the arrow keys.
The description on the website reads, “Scroll Facebook… with your face” and “You’ll never Facebook without your face again.”
Facerift is available for MAC and PC and can be downloaded from its website.