The founder of Oculus, Palmer Luckey is now pitching a whole new kind of tech to White House representatives. Luckey’s idea seeks to provide a solution to the border security concerns that the U.S. has, especially with the Mexican border.
The high-tech border security system is cost effective and could make POTUS Trump’s border wall more of a reality than any other potential contractor.
Luckey’s system has the capability to identify differences between humans, coyotes, and drone activity, making it unbelievably more effective than the methods currently in place to detect border crossings.
The intelligent border control system was pitched to White House representatives by the founder of the virtual reality company who intends to step up from virtual realities to physical ones. His idea incorporates both LIDAR and Infrared sensors to watch the country’s borders.
The technology could be easily installed on poles along the perimeter, offering a more cost-effective alternative to President Donald Trump’s promised wall.
Luckey reported that there’s need for a new kind of defense company that will save taxpayer dollars while creating superior technology to keep our troops and citizens safer.
The Verge revealed that Luckey approached White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon regarding his high-tech take on border control.
The Oculus founder has been busy since his Facebook departure and has broken his silence with everything from outrageous cosplay appearances to hosting a fundraiser for Ted Cruz. He also spoke to Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke in April. The Oculus founder has been seeking funding for his projects from President Trump campaign donor and transition team member Peter Thiel.