The latest Oculus gadget has been updated with various new features from Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta. One of them aids in the recognition of persons in front of us.
The construction of a new platform called metaverse, which appears to be Facebook’s next big idea, is now in full swing. In the end, the user will enter a virtual world in which to work and live. This, however, necessitates a slew of additional features that aren’t yet available.
As a result, Meta has begun building new experimental tools that have been or will be tested on existing goods, such as Oculus VR headsets. You don’t have to think about important things right now, but that doesn’t mean they’re pointless.
One example, dubbed Space Sense by the business, is designed to make it simpler for a spectacle wearer to recognize another person after entering their playground. Because you can’t see via the headset, you can only guesstimate how far away the individual is from us based on the sounds. And there might be an accident if it gets too close.
Space Sense attempts to avoid this by allowing the glasses’ wearer to view a drawn or digital figure on the product display via the sensors. According to Meta, the process only works for more important things, so hitting a vase or a shelf in the middle of a game is unlikely.
The extension of audio instructions is another new feature for Oculus Quest. In addition, the user can now specify that the material displayed on the glasses starts or stop automatically.
In the Oculus Move training program, the system also understands demanding movement data. The new program features have been integrated into the tools with an upgrade.