Facebook CEO-Zuckerberg set a goal to get 1 billion people into VR-(Virtual Reality)

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15077637127802143036484.jpgEver since February 4th,2004 till date Facebook formerly known as ‘TheFacebook’ has rendered software industry by monopoly and growing grammatically at extreme extent.1507761348972-1793408091.jpg

At first a young 19 years old student from Havard University  Mark Zukerberg didn’t expect it would reach this far but with potential interest just launched first ever invented software in 2004 with some financial help from Eduardo Saverin. It was like one of his  hobby projects while studying.

As the software continually hitting new milestones every year Facebook  CEO has burst into more challenges thus threw out that goal as he opened the Oculus developers conference on Wednesday. 15077636563531623156734.jpg

He talked about using virtual reality to create jobs for people who live in areas where there is less economic opportunity than areas such as San Francisco, because being virtually present would, in theory, eliminate the need for a person to be physically present. A person could work at a job in New York City from, say, somewhere in New Mexico.1507763597375453068150.jpg

Zuckerberg didn’t set a time for when he would like 1 billion people to use virtual reality — the medium has been slow to catch on, with some players (like Nokia) pulling out entirely. The number is, uh, not a small one, but Facebook already has a reported 2 billion monthly users. If virtual reality is the direction in which Facebook wants to go, they’ll be able to push it onto a giant swath of the world. 1507763555313-27903375.jpg

Mark Zuckerberg, at Facebook’s F8 developer conference earlier this year.Photo by James Martin/CNET

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