Facebook is developing a high-end virtual and augmented reality (VR&AR) headset code-named “Project Cambria”. The official also announced a short preview rendering video at the Connect conference held today (October 29). According to the official introduction, the camera equipped with the new headset can transmit high-definition full-color images directly to the display, and will also include higher-end features that the company does not include in Oculus Quest.
The device will focus on mixed reality (Mixed-reality) and will include face and eye tracking functions; it will also use optics that make it thinner than existing headsets, and help it rebuild and enhance the real environment around the user. Sensors and algorithms.
At present, the official has not announced the specific launch date and price of this device. Facebook CEO Zuckerberg said that this will be a brand new product with the same price as “high-end” and will meet with it next year.
Today Facebook officially changed its name to Meta, and all future Oculus headsets will be renamed Meta. For example, Oculus Quest will be renamed Meta Quest to further promote the company’s “Metaverse” concept. Meta CEO Andrew Bosworth announced the news and said in a tweet: “Oculus will continue to be a core part of our company’s DNA and will continue to exist as a brand in the fields of software and developer tools.”