Oh The technology giant, with this new application, aims to attract users of virtual encounters.
Necessary equipment (‘headset’, virtual reality glasses) will cost $ 300 (approximately 256 euros) and weigh half a kilo.
Those who do not have this device can join meetings using video calling.
These meetings can be attended by up to 50 people, but only 16 people can participate in the virtual reality space with avatars.
To get the full virtual reality experience, users need to have a Facebook account.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is one of the enthusiasts of ‘metawares’, a vague notion that has increased with new forms of communication and embraces virtual reality.
Zuckerberg believes this will be a new way for people to use the Internet.
Even as telecommunications became a new norm for millions of workers due to the Covid-19 epidemic, and applications such as the zoom video conferencing site changed into a daily name, the virtual reality did not last.
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