Short Bytes: Oculus Rift founder Palmer Luckey has clearly made a very strong statement about Apple’s Mac. He said that his Rift virtual reality headset will support Mac only when Apple makes Mac powerful enough to run it, which is also true because in the current market no such Apple computer exists which can support Oculus VR.
We have been seeing the Virtual Reality companies planning to come up big this year. There are several companies which are planning software and hardware releases that will transport goggle-wearing users to digitally created 3D worlds.
Luckey further adds that-
On the other side, Apple CEO Tim Cook has expressed his interest in the Virtual Reality. He talks about VR and says,
I think Tim Cook understands the future of the virtual Reality and he also understands that VR needs one of the most advanced graphics implementations.
So in this race, the laptop manufacturer company which comes up first with such machine is surely going to tap the market in the near future. Let’s see, the game has begun and who makes the most out of it.