To mark the expansion of Meta’s bland virtual reality platform, Horizon Worlds, to France and Spain, Mark Zuckerberg recently shared a selfie. The image, which featured the young CEO standing in front of a low-resolution model of the Eiffel Tower, quickly gained attention, prompting mockery, mockery and sighs from social media users. harsh society. And honestly, you can blame them?
If that image has offended you – and personally, I find it reasonable that the Meta influences our virtual past and present – then perhaps you can find solace in this. : Mark Zuckerberg listens to you. He sees you. And no, more or less he said, the metaverse won’t look that ignore. At least, not forever.
“Major updates to Horizon and avatar graphics coming soon. I will share more at Connect, “CEO” speak on Instagram on Friday, mentioning Meta Upcoming developer conference. “Also, I know the photo I posted earlier this week is pretty basic – it was taken very quickly to celebrate a launch,” the executive added, showing signs of a human. The mistake repeats something entirely related: the act of posting a selfie late at night, only to regret it in the morning.
The boss of Meta went on to reassure his followers that Horizon’s graphics “are capable of more – even on headsets – and Horizon is improving very quickly”. Indeed, for all of our sake, I certainly hope he’s right.