Oculus Rift might be the next big name in virtual reality; but you might want to take a closer look.
In 2012 the people behind the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset launched a Kickstarter program to raise money for its development. The launch was successful raising $2.5 million. Then in March of 2014 Oculus Rift was acquired by Facebook for $2 billion. Now it's on the market but according to Gizmodo the terms of service contract requires a thorough read and you might not be a fan of everything you're agreeing to.
For example oculus and basically Facebook owns all creative content. So if you create something with the rift such as artwork the terms of service says that you surrender all rights to your product and that rift can use it whenever it wants for whatever purpose. Plus if rift does use it, it doesn't have to pay you for it.
To check out some of the other stipulations you might want to be aware of click the link below. Maybe thing twice before checking agree.