Meta Quest

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A virtual reality (VR) headset called the Meta Quest was created by Oculus, a division of Facebook, Inc., and released on May 21, 2019. It is a standalone device with an Android-based operating system that can run games and software wirelessly. Instead of using external sensors, it uses internal sensors and a number of cameras on the front of the headset to allow positional tracking with six degrees of freedom. The “Passthrough” safety function, which displays a view from the cameras when a user leaves a designated border region, also makes use of the cameras. Oculus Link, a function that enables the Meta Quest to be connected to a computer via USB and used with Oculus Rift-compatible applications and games, was later introduced in a software update. Read more on Wikipedia here.

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In the metaverse, magic happens everywhere—especially behind the scenes!

Here’s how @kekepalmer gets ready to host “Are We There Yet?” Take a peek under the hood to see how we got ready for the series on set with the crew.

If you can play with clay, you can sculpt in the metaverse. Discover how @yonkonline makes their magical creatures with @MetaQuestVR — it might be easier than you think.

You can now post digital collectibles on @Facebook and @Instagram ✨ Connect your digital wallet to either app and start sharing your #NFTs today.

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Now you can create with artists from all over the world, without leaving your 🛋. Find out how @yonkonline collaborates with creators in their virtual studio on “Are We There Yet?” with @kekepalmer.

In just one week NASA is sending Artemis I off into space 🚀 This is the first of the @NASAArtemis missions, which will eventually put humans back on the moon 🤯 Get your headsets ready to watch the rocket launch livestream from @felixandpaul ➡️

Ever see someone sculpt in the metaverse? Now’s your chance. Watch the next episode of “Are We There Yet?” with @KekePalmer & the sculptor-designer duo @yonkonline, who created their own little corner of the metaverse with @MetaQuestVR.

Can you describe a virtual world that you want to build? Through AI and voice technology, XR creator @DonAllenIII believes that building the future metaverse might be a lot like writing poetry.

In the metaverse, magic happens everywhere—especially behind the scenes!

Take a peek under the hood to see how @KekePalmer got ready for “Are We There Yet?” on set with the crew.

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