Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has sought to paint a rosier picture of the social network’s future.
Facebook is creating a product team to work on the “metaverse”, a digital world where people can move between different devices and communicate in a virtual environment, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said.
Microsoft has unveiled software tools designed to make it easier and less expensive for people to access virtual reality and augmented reality content, and for more creators to build these digital and holographic worlds.
Virtual reality start-ups are accusing Facebook of using a familiar playbook to muscle out rivals in what could be the digital platform of the future – prompting a new line of scrutiny from competition enforcers.
Facebook’s Oculus division is building a new version of its Quest standalone virtual reality headset that is likely to be smaller, lighter and have a faster image refresh rate for more realistic content.
Facebook is losing another long-tenured founder from an acquired company: Brendan Iribe, who was the CEO of Oculus VR when Facebook bought it in 2014.
Facebook has unveiled a wireless virtual-reality headset called Oculus Quest, an attempt to help popularise the developing technology with a more mainstream audience.
Elon Musk gave his 16.7m Twitter followers what he meant to send to the chief technology officer of virtual reality company Oculus: his phone number. “Do you have a sec to talk? My cell is …” Musk wrote from his account on Tuesday
Facebook is working on a video chat device for the home – the first major hardware product from its experimental Building 8 lab. Featuring a laptop-sized touchscreen, the device represents a new
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out his strategy for augmented reality on Tuesday, saying the social network will use smartphone cameras to overlay virtual items on the real world rather than waiting for AR glasses to be technically possible. People will