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This entry was posted on January 26, 2018 by usblog.
Nowadays we are more and more connected, our phone follows us everywhere in our daily lives, in our crazy adventures. We all know Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and usually use most of them. Whether to discuss, keep informed or simply pass the time these are essential. Today we are going to talk about what could become the new way of communicating in the near future, and see that the future may be already now.
Virtual reality (VR) has been present in everyone's mind lately. This is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated technological advances of the last decade. Mark Zuckerberg has been talking about the concept for a long time.
Facebook recently introduced his new concept called Spaces to the world, which could announce that virtual reality will probably become an important part of our lives.
Facebook Spaces is a virtual reality experience that can be shared with up to three Oculus Rift owners (recently purchased by Facebook). The basic principle is to be able to chat with several people in VR, through avatars in the style of Bitmojis.
Facebook Spaces allows you to express yourself in real time with your friends, to launch video lives in VR, to share your memories and moments past or present with enhanced interactivity including virtual lives, concerts with your avatars, etc. everything is possible! So we can only imagine the impact that this innovation could have if it were to be adopted by a lot of people, it could replace the Skype interviews, a professional presentation from home, meet your friends in awesome new places, etc.
Draw, create, express yourself in real time, you can also share everything after your creative session. But that's not all ! You can also "go" to any place, want to discuss under the sea? No problem, visit a desert or be on a paradise island for a little conversation? Go for it ! The possibilities are unlimited, for that you just need to select one of the "balls" in the center of the platform to get there.
And you what do you think of Facebook Spaces? Do you plan to use it? Tell us in the comment section below!