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Meta plans to launch 4 high-end VR headsets by 2024

New Delhi: Meta (previously Fb) is engaged on 4 new digital actuality (VR) and combined actuality (MR) headsets that the corporate will launch by 2024.

In accordance with The Info, the aggressive timeline displays Meta Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s want to advance his metaverse dream by getting extra individuals to make use of VR units.

“Meta is planning to launch Challenge Cambria, a high-end VR and mixed-reality headset it’s billing as a tool for the way forward for work, round September, in line with an individual conversant in the matter,” the report stated late on Monday.

A second model of Cambria, code-named Funston, is prone to be launched in 2024.

Challenge Cambria might value round $799 — extra that the $299/$399 value for Quest VR headsets.

The Cambria VR headset might have high-resolution picture high quality so to write and sort emails throughout the VR setting.

Betting huge on metaverse, Zuckerberg final week took a deep dive into his subsequent funding priorities that may drive the expansion for the corporate.

Zuckerberg stated that the centerpiece of the technique is the social platform that they’re beginning to construct with Horizon.

“We plan to launch an online model of Horizon later this yr that may make it straightforward for individuals to step into metaverse experiences from much more platforms, even with no need a headset,” he emphasised in the course of the firm’s earnings name.

The Horizon Worlds social metaverse platform is at the moment obtainable solely on the corporate’s Quest VR headsets.

He stated that the corporate’s different focus for Horizon is constructing out the metaverse economic system and serving to creators make a dwelling working within the metaverse.

On the {hardware} facet, Meta Quest 2 continues to be the main digital actuality headset.

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Written by VK Team

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