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Thursday, 09 January 2014 08:30

Carmack to develop new software

Written by David Stellmack

To show off what the Oculus Rift can do

Carmack is getting back to game design as Oculus VR has confirmed that John Carmack will be working on new software to showcase the Oculus Rift. Carmack is said to be working on some new technology and software. This is part of a new strategy for Oculus to develop software internally instead of relying on third party developers to develop content to showcase the product.

Oculus is in the process of assembling a team to develop internal content. The plan is to ramp up their internal hiring over the next 12 months. It will be interesting to see what is ahead at Oculus and what they might be working on.

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