Last month, Oculus VR hosted its inaugural Oculus Connect developer event in Hollywood, and all of the company's biggest names were there -- and gathered together for a discussion of the future of the nascent medium.
The video embedded above is a roundtable discussion between CTO John Carmack, chief scientist Michael Abrash, chief architect Atman Binstock, and co-founder Palmer Luckey -- moderated by co-founder Nate Mitchell.
The wide-ranging conversation gives a peek into what Oculus' top minds think -- and don't
think -- will be the future of virtual reality.
It's not the only video
from the event Oculus as posted; John Carmack's improvised 90-minute keynote speech is also available
to watch at any time. Abrash's keynote -- which received rapturous applause from attendees -- explores the implications
of the coming revolution in VR technology that Abrash expects.
Gamasutra was live on the scene at Oculus Connect and prepared a number of reports on the event, which you can read here
. While there, we also had a chance to speak to Oculus VP of mobile Max Cohen about the company's expectations for Gear VR