Meta Top Virtual Reality Executive Leaving company

John Carmack, a pioneer of virtual reality and cofounder of the videogame studio id Software has resigned as Chief Technical Officer at Oculus VR, which is owned in part by Meta.John CarmackCarmack informed Meta via his Facebook account of his internal post:
It has been a struggle. Although I have a voice at all levels, it feels like I should be able move things. But I’m not persuasive enough. I find that a good portion of the things I complain about end up in my favor after a few years. However, I have never been able set a direction or kill stupid things before they cause harm. Although I believe my influence has been positive, it has not been a major mover.
He also tweeted that he was dissatisfied with Meta’s business model. He also tweeted that he was unhappy with the way Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg conducts business. After Carmack became the company’s CTO, Oculus VR was purchased by Meta in 2014. He concentrated most of his time on the artificial intelligence-oriented firm Keen Technologies in 2019 and decreased his job to CTO consultancy.DISCLAIMER: The Information on this website is provided as general market commentary and does not constitute investment advice. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: coincu.comHaroldCoincu NewsTags: facebookid SoftwareJohn CarmackMark ZuckerbergMetaOculus VR