Facebook For Oculus Rift Lets You Browse The Social Network With Your Face
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.”