The time Mark Zuckerberg couldn’t enter a room in his own office

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time Mark Zuckerberg couldn’t enter a room in his own office
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently released the retail version of the Oculus Rift on March 28, and to celebrate the launch, he used the company’s live video feature to show off the new Oculus Rift virtual reality headset on Tuesday.

But, before he unboxed the device, he planned on giving viewers a little tour of Oculus’ office. Facebook had acquired Oculus in 2014.

However, much to his surprise his tour remained incomplete because as it turns out- he didn’t exactly have access to all of Oculus’ office (despite owning it). Zuckerberg found out this tiny detail at the same time the viewers did, due to the video being broadcasted live.

After trying twice to get into a room which had a ‘Stop- Do Not Enter’ sign plastered on it, he smiled and admitted, “Apparently I do not have access to go into the vision lab.”

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Aww, Mark!


Watch the video here:

This week, we started shipping Oculus Rift. I'll be showing you what's inside the box and taking some of your questions.

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, March 29, 2016