Mark Zuckerberg presented the new Meta Quest Pro mixed reality headset at the Meta Connect event. The business has introduced a new range of cutting-edge headgear, the first of which is the Meta Quest Pro, intending to enhance the potential of mixed and virtual reality. The headset's pancake lenses compress light many times, resulting in smaller overall dimensions and crisper sights.
All you should know about the Meta Quest Pro
The business claims that Meta Quest Pro is their first full-colour mixed reality gadget and that the high-resolution outward-facing cameras collect 4X as many pixels as Meta Quest 2. Additionally, it is the first headset produced by the business to have inward-facing sensors for capturing realistic facial expressions and eye tracking. Your avatar will mimic your actions whether you raise an eyebrow, smile, or make eye contact with someone.
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Mark joined Microsoft Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella to announce a new partnership that will bring potent new work and productivity tools to Meta Quest Pro and Meta Quest 2 in 2019. These tools include apps for Microsoft Teams and Windows 365 and the capability to join a Teams meeting from inside Meta Horizon Workrooms.
For you to someday pick up your phone or laptop and visit pals hanging out in VR, Meta has also revealed that it is building Meta Horizon Worlds on the web. Overall, the Meta Quest Pro headset is more ergonomic and balanced thanks to a redesigned, curved battery on the back. The high-end headset costs USD 1,499.99 and will start arriving on 25 October. On meta.com, you may pre-order a Meta Quest Pro.