By Mark Wilson
Facebook doesn’t just want you to play or socialize in VR. It wants you to work in it, too.
At Facebook’s yearly event for its Oculus VR division yesterday, the company announced all sorts of new, consumer-friendlier products, like a $199 Oculus Go VR headset system that doesn’t need an expensive PC or smartphone to work. And unsurprisingly, it showed off plenty of–pew! pew!–video games, too. But its biggest announcement was quietly squeezed in between, aimed right at anyone who slaves the day away at a desk, working for the man. It’s new software called Oculus Dash. And it essentially turns your typical desktop experience into a full virtual reality dashboard that you can touch.