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Immersed was created by the people behind MTBS, the consumer arm of The Immersive Technology Alliance and forum where Oculus history was born when John Carmack reached out to Palmer Luckey long before Oculus VR was acquired by Facebook.
In addition, another bit of tidbit related to the "Minecraft" community is that developer and chief technical officer at Oculus John Carmack has offered to help port "Minecraft" to Oculus Rift.
Washington, March 31 ( ANI ): Oculus CTO John Carmack has reportedly broken his silence over social network site Facebook's planned acquisition of Oculus.
In addition to big-name companies like Virgin Galactic, dozens of smaller entrepreneurial ventures wait in the wings, including Armadillo Aerospace, the rocket company started by Doom and Quake programmer John Carmack.
Other entrepreneurs working to create the federation include Alex Tai of Virgin Galactic; John Carmack, Armadillo Aerospace; Elon Musk, SpaceX; Peter Diamandis, X PRIZE Foundation; Gary Hudson, HMX; George French, Pioneer Rocketplane; Eric Anderson, Space Adventures; and Michael S.
John Carmack was a juvenile delinquent, building bombs and breaking into computer labs at the age of 14.
Working on mobile platforms has allowed us to rapidly evolve our games -- Wolfenstein RPG is the fourth generation of our turn-based titles under EA Mobile, and all the experience and lessons from our award winning DOOM RPG and Orcs & Elves[TM] games are distilled in it," said John Carmack, founder and technical director at id Software.
John Carmack, co-founder of id Software and now CTO at Oculus Rift VR, in an interview with Wired to celebrate the occasion of twentieth anniversary, said that id Software had trouble finding out the essence of Doom and the best way to go forward for its delayed release.