Meta will launch a consumer VR headset next year
San Francisco: Meta has announced plans to release another mainstream VR headset next year.
During the company’s earnings call on Wednesday night, Meta Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the new high-end VR headset offers high-resolution mixed reality to blend virtual objects into the physical environment around it. users.
“Our goal for the Quest Pro line over the next few years is to enable more and more people to do their jobs in virtual and mixed reality even better than they could on PC,” Zuckerberg said.
“I think our work is going to be of historic significance and create the foundation for a whole new way of interacting with each other and integrating technology into our lives as well as the foundation for the long term of our business,” he added.
Zuckerberg believes that increased hierarchy, discipline and efficiency will help navigate the current environment and become an even better company.
Recently, Zuckerberg, in the presence of the company’s Chairman and CEO, Satya Nadella, unveiled a Meta Quest Pro VR headset with features such as color mixed reality and priced at $1,500.
“Meta Quest Pro was the first in a new line of advanced headsets designed to expand the possibilities of virtual and mixed reality. Its crepe lenses folded over the light multiple times, reducing the size of the headset while displaying sharper visuals,” Zuckerberg said at the Meta Connect event on Tuesday night.