According to a screenshot taken from the Oculus keynote yesterday, in terms of mobile platforms, the native app support includes windowsphone.
Oculus is the Virtual Reality headset company that Facebook bought for 2 billion dollars. Not much now considering what MS just paid for Minecraft (though that’s another thing altogether and the value for MS is different).
It shows browser options and mobile options so it’s less likely that the Windows Logo is just for Windows desktop and more for mobile (iOS, Android, WP).
I found a video to the actual keynote by John Carmack who specifically talks about mobile options. I think the keynote above is different (has Nate Mitchell who doesn’t appear in the video below).
It’s an interesting watch as he discusses the challenges for Oculus and what they’re doing.
It seems there’s no actual presentation, he’s just an improvised talk about his experiences/thoughts which I’m finding pretty impressive. You know he knows his stuff and loves doing what he’s doing.