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Wow! Facebook Reactions are coming to virtual reality.

Since buying the virtual reality company Oculus, maker of the Oculus Rift, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has made it very clear that the acquisition wasn’t simply an experiment, but an investment in the company’s future.
On Wednesday, Facebook doubled down on that sentiment by enhancing one of its central features. Now you can add Reactions (those animated emoji on Facebook) to Facebook 360 videos when using Gear VR.
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In order to see or create the Reactions, users will need update their Oculus Video app and connect to their Facebook accounts. Sure, the update may

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