Facebook's first social VR app is cool — but there's a problem

Facebook just took a big step forward in its bid to make virtual reality more social.
The company released Facebook Spaces at its F8 developer conference Tuesday, a new app for Oculus Rift that lets you hang out with friends in virtual reality. We took the app, which is available now in beta, for a spin. Here's what we learned. 
It's limited — but that's the point
The "space" in Facebook Spaces is actually pretty simple. It consists of a table, a single menu and a screen that surrounds you. And that's about it. It's simpler even than Oculus Rooms, which have multiple destinations in a single space. Read more...More about F8, Virtual Reality, Oculus Rift, Facebook, and Apps And Software

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