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Google Glasses Come Back, as Meta Glasses, looking like Star Trek, available in 2024

Although Facebook has not officially confirmed that it is working on a project to create augmented reality (AR) glasses, various reports suggest that the company is indeed working on such a project, codenamed “Project Nazare.” If these reports are accurate, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly very eager to see the first version of these glasses released as soon as 2024, with subsequent versions being released in 2026 and 2028.

So what exactly would Facebook’s AR glasses be like?

Unfortunately, we don’t know much at this point, as the project is still very much in its early stages. However, we can speculate based on what we do know about current AR technology. One of the main challenges facing any company looking to create AR glasses is how to miniaturize all of the necessary components into a form factor that is both comfortable and practical to wear. This is no small feat, as current AR devices such as Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 are still fairly bulky and not really suited for everyday use.

Another challenge is how to provide an immersive and realistic AR experience while still allowing users to interact with the real world around them. This is something that current AR devices struggle with, as they often block out too much of the real world and make it difficult to interact with real-world objects. Facebook’s vast resources and experience in developing hardware and software could give it a significant advantage in overcoming these challenges.

The company also has a strong track record in successfully launching new products and services at scale. This means that if Facebook does indeed release an AR product within the next few years, it could quickly become the market leader in this burgeoning new category.

Will humans spend all their future lives in a metaverse?

It’s certainly possible that humans could spend all their future lives in a metaverse – or at least, a significant portion of them. Right now, we’re still in the early stages of developing and exploring virtual reality and other forms of extended reality, so it’s hard to say exactly how things will play out in the long term. However, there are a few factors that suggest that humans may increasingly spend more time in virtual environments in the future.

First, as technology continues to advance, it’s becoming increasingly realistic and immersive – to the point where it can be difficult to tell the difference between virtual and real experiences. This is making extended reality more and more compelling as a way to interact with others and experience new things.

Second, we’re seeing more and more people spending time in online communities and social networks like Fortnite, Sandbox, and World of Warcraft. These platforms provide rich experiences that can be highly addictive – which suggests that people are willing to spend significant amounts of time in virtual environments.

Finally, as real-world problems become increasingly complex and difficult to solve, people may turn to virtual worlds as a way to escape from or cope with the challenges they face. For example, if climate change renders large portions of the planet uninhabitable, people may choose to live in simulated environments where they can control the climate themselves. So while it’s impossible to say for sure whether humans will spend all their future lives in a metaverse, it’s certainly possible that this could happen – especially as technology continues to evolve at an ever-accelerating pace.

1 Comment
  1. Wolland says

    Well I would buy ones myself!

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