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Google Offers VR Division To Virtual Reality As A Solution To Facebook Oculus

Virtual reality is the new edge of the technological world. In 2014, it was only Google that first brought to shelves Google Cardboard at the I/O conference in San Francisco.  But the very same search engine giant of the world has now decided to dedicate an entire division to the virtual reality as a solution to Facebook Oculus.

Clay Bavor, the VP for the product management of Google is said to be the main pillar standing behind the Google Cardboard. He had been working since 2014 to make this device prudent and thrifty. Mr. Bavor has now loosened its focus from the development of apps and completely turned toward the development of the VR device. The operation and development of the App development section are shifting to Diane Greene, a venerated software assessor, who  joined Google in 2014, and is now running the operation department.

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