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Linden Lab is hoping to rejuvenate the community for its massively multiplayer online (MMO) video game Second Life by supporting the popular Oculus Rift virtual reality headset. By downloading the new Project Viewer for Windows, Mac or Linux, players can now experience the virtual world from the perspective of their avatar. The developer-friendly Oculus Rift will be detected automatically and the entire heads-up display (HUD) can be shown through the futuristic goggles. Linden Lab says the head-tracking data from the Oculus Rift headset has been leveraged so that your avatar’s head moves in-tune with your own cranium. For ease of use, there’s…

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