VR firm continues to pinch staff from Half-Life developer

Valve’s Aaron Nicholls jumps ship to Oculus

Valve’s Aaron Nicholls is the latest man to leave the Steam giant and join the VR revolution at Oculus.

The software developer had worked at Valve for over four years, spending two years of that time researching virtual reality tech. He takes up the position of scientist a the start-up.

He joins Michael Abrash and Atman Binstock who both also left the Half-Life developer this month to join the company as chief scientist and chief architect.

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