Thursday, 15 January 2015

Zuckerberg says virtual reality devices are still too 'weird' in latest Q&A




When it comes to the future of computing, Mark Zuckerberg has some pretty straightforward opinions. Speaking at Facebook’s third "town hall" meeting (informal Q&As with users to get feedback about the site), the 30-year-old said the current crop of augmented reality and virtual reality hardware was still "very, very rough" but in as soon as ten years time they’ll be the main way we access the internet.
"It won't look weird like some of the stuff that exists today."
"I think it’s pretty easy to imagine that in the future we will have something that we can wear," said Zuckerberg, speaking from Bogotá in Colombia. "It will look just like normal glasses — it won’t look weird like some of the stuff that exists today." Zuckerberg’s comments...
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