This week Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that the company’s all-new virtual reality headset would arrive this October. After showing off several new VR prototypes in June, it sounds like the wait is almost over for what’s coming next.
Zuckerberg made several comments on the Joe Rogan podcast, talking about net-gen features and suggesting its Meta Quest Pro, codenamed “Project Cambria,” would debut at Meta’s yearly Connect developer event in October. The CEO didn’t confirm the name or give too many details.
And while we already know a lot about the next Meta Quest VR headset, the CEO made several brief statements teasing upcoming features at the beginning of the podcast.
He said the new VR headset would focus heavily on “social presence” and integrate several new features. “The ability to now have kind of eye contact in virtual reality. Have your face be tracked so that way your avatar — it’s not just this still thing, but if you smile or if you frown or if you pout, or whatever your expression is, have that translate in real-time to your avatar.”
It’s worth noting that the…
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