Oculus co-founder Nate Mitchell

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Facebook can’t appear to keep the creators of the business it gets.

The current departure: Nate Mitchell, co-founder of the virtual truth start-up Oculus, which introduced in 2012 and was purchased by Facebook in2014 Mitchell, the last Oculus co-founder still at Facebook, stated Tuesday that he was stepping down.

” Virtual truth is still on the bleeding edge of innovation, and this neighborhood continues to leader the method forward,” he composed in a post on Reddit “What’s ahead is constantly unidentified, which’s what makes it amazing.”

Mitchell was the head of virtual truth items at Facebook, which acquired Oculus for $3 billion. The Oculus group at Facebook has actually faced a variety of problems, consisting of a claim and executive turnover, as it attempts to make virtual truth more traditional. Facebook purchased Oculus due to the fact that it imagines a future in which Facebookers will have the ability to share minutes with their loved ones as if they’re entirely personally.

Co-founders at other business Facebook acquired have actually likewise left the social networks giant over the last few years. That list consists of Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, WhatApp’s Brian Acton and Jan Koum and Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey The Instagram co-founders apparently encountered Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Mitchell stated he’ll be hanging around with household and taking some time to take a trip. His departure likewise comes prior to Oculus Link 6, a virtual truth designer conference that starts in San Jose, California, at the end of September.