• Palmer Luckey's defense company Anduril is already leading to arrests at the southern border

    4 monthes ago - By Tech Crunch

    Palmer Luckey's defense project just crawled out of stealth mode .
    Between a flattering new Wired piece and its first few official tweets, the secretive year-old company known as Anduril is stepping into the light. Anduril, based out of Orange County, was founded quietly in June 2017 by Oculus founder Palmer Luckey, three former Palantir employees (Matt Grimm, Anduril COO, Trae Stephens, Chairman, Brian Schimpf, CEO) and an early Oculus hardware lead Joe Chen.
    Our first was great, thanks for the wishes PalmerLuckey .
    - Anduril Industries June 11, 2018
    While defense contractors typically...
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  • Ousted Oculus founder Palmer Luckey's defense startup rounded up high-profile investors to build a high-tech border wall

    Ousted Oculus founder Palmer Luckey's defense startup rounded up high-profile investors to build a high-tech border wall

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Oculus founder Palmer Luckey founded a defense company called Anduril which hopes to secure the Mexican-Amerian border with a high-tech "virtual" wall.
    The company has received funding from high-profile investors including Founders Fund and controversial software company Palantir.
    Palmer Luckey, the Oculus VR founder who was ousted from the company for unknown reasons a couple of years after it was acquired by Facebook, has founded another virtually-inspired startup. His lastest venture, Anduril, named after a magical sword in Lord of the Rings, is creating a high-tech "virtual" border...
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