Not quite two years ago, Palmer Luckey, the Oculus co-founder and onetime face of the virtual reality industry, unceremoniously left Facebook amid controversy over his support for a pro-Trump group. Now, he's on the comeback trail.
How Palmer Luckey Views Tech's Role in Protecting National Security
After being ousted from Facebook in 2017, the Oculus VR co-founder turned his attention to military technology. He created Anduril to develop drones, surveillance equipment and software to make armed forces, police and first responders more aware of their surroundings. Take a look at what's been done, why his firm is valued at over $1 billion, and Luckey's thoughts on U.S. tech innovation.