Interesting article about providing HoloLens to the military.
50 Microsoft employees let the company know that's not what they signed up for. It's probably going to become a big issue as AR & VR becomes commonplace in various aspects of life.
My view is, where military cutting edge technology is concerned, that train left the station a long time ago. But I can completely understand the employees viewpoints, if the possibility of military use wasn't in their job descriptions, they seem to me to have a legitimate grievance.
I assume Oculus have mechanisms in place to allow it's employees have a say. Or are at least more explicit in the contracts they write up.