During the Facebook Connect event, the company has launched many new products. Facebook Connect was previously called Oculus Connect. It is a virtual and augmented reality conference and during this time the company makes announcements about virtual reality and augmented reality-based products and services.
This conference is focused on Facebook's virtual reality Oculus. This time the company has also announced an AR Smart Glass, which the company will launch together with RayBan.
Facebook has announced that it is launching all its virtual reality-based VR hardware under the name of Oculus Quest 2. This virtual reality headset looks similar to its earlier version.
It is lighter than the old Quest Virtual Reality headset. It has touch control and optimized controller tracking has been provided with it.
According to the company, the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 platform has been given in this virtual reality headset. Artificial intelligence is also supported in this.
This VR headset has a display of 1832X1920p resolution and has 6GB RAM. The display supports 90Hz refresh rate. In order to fit in a better way, it has three lens positions. The Quest content library will also be provided with this headset, which has pre-loaded content like Jurassic World Aftermath, Myst, Pistol Whip.
The price of Oculus Quest 2 will start at $ 299 and its sale will start in the US from October 13. Facebook will create its first smart glass together with Ray Ban. The company will launch it next year. The company has said that this AR Smart Glass will be different from other traditional glass.
The company has also announced Project Aria and under this, the company Aria Glass is also testing by giving its implies.
Mark Zuckerberg has said that this product is not ready yet. However, a video was shown in which there was a research report about it. Use of AR glass stated. It will be basic audio-based and will not show hologram vision like other AR glasses.
Rafael Kamargo, VP (hardware), Facebook Reality Labs, said his commitment to revolutionizing the VR industry is in the form of Oculus Quest 2.
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