Virtual reality seems cool, but what can you actually do when you're in it?
Quite a lot, it turns out.
On April 18, Facebook released a social VR experience called Facebook Spaces. Paired with an Oculus Rift, Spaces allows users to hang out with friends in a 360-degree virtual reality world and share 3D videos and experiences.
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Unfortunately for anyone wanting to play around in this digital paradise, however, there's a pretty hefty entrance fee. A Rift and corresponding touch controllers will set you back around $600, and that doesn't even include the powerful, expensive computer required to run the thing. Read more... More about Videos , Mark Zuckerberg , Virtual Reality , Social Vr , and Facebook Spaces