Meta shared its latest strategy for augmented and virtual reality development with employees on Tuesday, The Verge reported, with the company’s roadmap presentation outlining launch plans for its first pair of fully operational AR glasses. Employees can reportedly begin testing them in 2024, with the public launch to follow in 2027.
Back in 2021, Meta released augmented realityin partnership with Luxottica, which integrated tech for phone calls, photos, videos and listening to music. The tech giant will drop two new follow-up generations of the glasses in fall 2023 and 2025, according to The Verge.
However, the new, more-expensive set of AR eyewear has been dubbed the “Innovation” line and features more-sophisticated technology and the ability to generate “high-quality holograms of avatars onto the real world,” according to The Verge. The venture — once— has been in development for years. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg expects the AR glasses experience to stand out as the holy grail compared with Apple’s and Google’s products.
Additionally, there are reportedly plans to launch a follow-up to the Meta Quest 2 later this year. The newwill be a high-powered slimmer model that costs more, according to The Verge. It’s also expected to include more than 40 new mixed reality experiences, apps and games. This news follows Meta’s announcement that it’ll no longer provide , the Quest 1.
Last year, CNET’s Scott Stein had a chance toand check out Meta’s developments for a next-gen Quest Pro, lifelike avatars and neural input wristbands.
Meta didn’t immediately respond to CNET’s request for comment.
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