Does it work like Facebook claims? Too early to say. The product is still being researched and developed in the company’s internal Facebook reality labs and I couldn’t go. There is no word yet on when it will be published or how much it will cost.
Year created: Facebook acquired startup CTRL-Lab in September 2019 $ 500 million to বিল 1 billion. CTRL Was working on his own wrist-based EMG device, And its head, Thomas Reardon, who is now the director of the neuromotor interface at Facebook Reality Labs. Earlier in the press, Reardon said the device was “not mind control”, adding that “it is coming from the part of the brain that controls motor information, not thought.”
Play AR: The announcement is the second in a series that the company plans to position in reality. March 9, Facebook Announcement Its glasses are responsive to the surrounding environment – the glasses can trigger your favorite coffee shop to ask if you want to place an order. Facebook says it will release its own haptic gloves and wearables later this year.
Another loss of privacy? Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has aggressively invested in growth and virtual reality, acknowledging that such products could mean access to countless valuable data points. In the cafe example above, the company (and therefore advertisers) can search your population statistics, health and other personal information, with the type of coffee you like, where you live and statistical discounts. And given the company’s history of privacy, there are some reasons to be skeptical.
Editor’s note: We’ve revised the title of Ricardon’s work.