Watch Facebook F8 2019 Keynote on Oculus Go & Gear VR
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Facebook’s annual F8 developers’ conference kicks off today at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA. As in prior years, the two-day event will be filled with the latest feature updates and news from across Facebook’s various platforms—including the company is expected to share the latest details about the upcoming Oculus Quest and Rift S VR headsets.
For those unable to attend F8 2019, no need to worry. You will be able to experience both of this year’s keynote presentations using your Oculus Go or Samsung’s Gear VR headset via the Oculus Venues app.
The keynote is taking place today April 30th at 10am PST / 1pm EST. And it will continue on Wednesday, May 1st, with another keynote presentation at the same time. Unfortunately, Oculus Venues is currently only available on the company’s mobile VR headsets, so Rift users are out of luck. Hopefully, that will change at some point in the future.
Of course, if you do not own an Oculus Go or Gear VR, you can still watch the livestreaming keynote presentation through multiple other channels, including the company’s dedicated F8 page and its Facebook page for developers.