Smart glasses should have the classic look of Ray-Ban. (Image: Nor Gal / Shutterstock.com)
Mark Zuckerberg has once again confirmed that the intelligent glasses developed in collaboration with Ray-Ban will be the company’s next release in terms of hardware. But when he did not reveal again.
Very little has appeared since then. With the huge increase in the workforce, skeptics already shunned smart glasses Facebook Reality Labs Division, who is responsible for the hardware associated with virtual and augmented reality, spoke out against it. Within four years, Facebook had expanded its Reality Labs from 1,000 to 10,000 employees.
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During a conference call, Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that he hasn’t forgotten the device yet. Rather, it will be the company’s next hardware release. Zuckerberg could or could not name a temporal perspective.
Zuckerberg addressed the issue of smart glasses when he described his vision “for building the next computer platform.” then he looks inside mixed reality, then a mix of virtual and augmented reality future. He also believes that mixed reality is already a social platform ideologically.
“But we also see compelling use cases and other forms of entertainment as well as work, creativity and fitness. The next product release will be the launch of our first Ray-Ban smart glasses in collaboration with Essilor-Luxottica,” Zuckerberg said in a conference call. But said glasses have an iconic form factor and allow you to do some pretty cool things. He said he was looking forward to “full augmented reality glasses in the future.”
This makes it clear what was already suspected. Wise Ray-Ban That’s How It Goes Amazon Echo FramesWho liked Bose Frames or razor anzu Is happening. At first it’s not clear what kind of “pretty great things”, as Zuckerberg puts it, that Smart Ray-Ban should be able to do. If smart glasses are to at least compete, we can expect to be able to use them to make calls, listen to music, and operate voice assistants. However, interest in such a product is likely to be limited.
Zuckerberg’s vision of Facebook hardware being part of a larger “metaverse” is also likely to be met with a moderate response given the data protection implications of such a scenario. Zuckerberg understands this metaversum A virtual environment in which people can work, socialize and spend money, i.e. a more three-dimensional Internet with which one can interact and in which the boundaries between reality and virtuality become blurred, if does not disappear immediately. It is hard to imagine that Facebook can win over people’s trust and ask them to make themselves transparent in such a transformation.
Zuckerberg certainly has to see these difficulties, but apparently he sees them differently. Because the plans of the social network are adamant in this direction – one of them smart watch Facebook is already working.
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