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Halo art director joins Oculus VR

Update: And now Google's Adrian Wong is on board too


Adrian Wong is the latest recruit to Oculus VR's army, bringing with him experience of working with Google's most cutting-edge product, Google Glass.

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Peter Dwyer Games Designer/Developer 6 years ago
Well last time I looked Oculus didn't make games so this doesn't exactly make any sense unless he'll be doing marketing assets....
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Stu Johnson Technical Lead 6 years ago
Actually it makes perfect sense.
A first party content team staffed by industry veterans with internal access to the tech., aiming to create the killer game that elevates OR from a cool toy to the next must have.
Beats shipping dev kits then sitting back hoping someone else will do it for them..
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Eric Leisy VR Production Designer, Nike6 years ago
Indeed - Oculus is completely staffing up to make games. Just like any "console" maker, when you bring out a new piece of hardware it's important to show off its capabilities and who better to do that than in-house development staff
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