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VR innovator contributes to Revive software development

By Nickey Ross - on 30 Jun 2017, 11:34am

VR innovator contributes to Revive software development

Image source: Road to VR.

Palmer Luckey, the VR trailblazer and Oculus founder has donated US$2,000 (~RM8,589) to contribute to the development of the Revive software. It allows gamers to 'crack' Oculus games so that they can be played on the HTC Vive.

Revive founder Jules Blok thanked Palmer on his personal Patreon page for his donation, as well as Palmer's efforts for the VR community. Prior to this, Luckey was also involved in a legal dispute where Oculus was required to pay US$500 million (~RM2.1 billion) in damages to ZeniMax for reportedly stealing intellectual property.

Excluding Palmer's donation, Revive accumulated a total of US$1,989 (~RM8,541) from 58 patrons.

Source: TheNextWeb