Cambria, the next VR headset from Facebook parent company Meta, will be released next year.
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Facebook (now known as Meta) is working on a new VR headset. It won't be a replacement for the Quest 2.Consider it a more premium, forward-thinking pro model. CEO Mark Zuckerberg, announced hardware code-named Project Cambria at the company's developer-focused Connect conference, amid broad news of the company's plans for a cross-device metaverse and next-generation smart glasses (and a name change as a parent company), amid broad news of the company's plans for a cross-device metaverse and next-generation smart glasses.In an interview with CNET earlier this year, Zuckerberg confirmed the existence of a "Quest Pro" headset, saying that if one was focused on building a higher-end device that could really max out further on some of those other use cases, in addition to doing the gaming pieces, there are some interesting questions about how they design.The new headgear isn't meant to be a replacement for the Oculus Quest 2, which has been on the market for a year. Instead, it'll most likely be a more expensive experiment targeted at pushing new sensor technology for VR and mixed reality, maybe as a stepping stone to where the firm wants to go next with AR glasses that don't exist yet.The announcement comes after a week in which Facebook has been accused of prioritizing profits over user safety, as well as a cache of internal papers accusing the social media platform of promoting hate speech, disinformation, human trafficking, and other harmful material.
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