While we're still in relatively nascent stages of the VR revolution, the Oculus Rift V3 launch by Facebook today points towards a fascinating future in working practices. Some of the key functionalities revealed in Mark Zuckerberg's keynote speech involved pairing VR headsets with an internal social network, creating virtual 'rooms' that act as spaces to share an experience with other users, and the ability to web browse and access VR content straight from a website instead of a weighty app download. It's not a massive leap to take these 'leisure' benefits into the workplace, and think of a truly virtual office that allows for a global workforce to share the same virtual HQ, removing the need for conference calls, pesky room booking systems, and even expensive office space. We're obviously a long way off, but will the concept of office work be made redundant by such immersive tech?