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Meta presented this Wednesday (27) a new generation of smart glasses in partnership with Ray-Ban that can transmit what the user sees to Instagram and Facebook.
Until then, smart glasses were only able to post images on networks.
Mark Zuckerberg announced that the new product will go on sale on October 17 in the United States for 299 US dollars (equivalent to about 1,500 Brazilian reals).
At the annual Meta conference in the United States, the CEO also presented The company’s “ChatGPT”, called Meta AI (from “artificial intelligence”), which, he says, can generate realistic images, as well as text responses.
“It’s not just about answering questions,” Zuckerberg said. “It’s about entertainment and helping you do things to connect with the people around you.”
Zuckerberg showed photos taken by the image generator that depicted a pet dinosaur, and his dog Beast’s fur changed shape.
Meta AI using a custom language model based on Llama 2, which the company launched in July. And It will have access to real-time information through a partnership with Microsoft’s Bing search engineZuckerberg said.
The announcements were made at Meta Connect, the social media company’s biggest event of the year, and its first in-person conference since the start of the pandemic.
Celebrity robots (and your robots)
The company is also building a A platform that developers and ordinary people can use to create their own “talking robots.”He said he will have profiles on Instagram and Facebook and will eventually appear as an avatar in the Metaverse.
To demonstrate the tool’s capabilities, Meta created a group of 28 chatbots with different personalities, designed with the voices of celebrities like Snoop Dogg and Tom Brady, according to a company blog post.
Quest will have Xbox games
Zuckerberg also said that Xbox cloud gaming will be coming to the Quest 3 mixed reality headset in December.
Meta introduced the headset in June, at a time when Apple launched its own device, the Vision Pro, which costs US$3,500 (R$17.5,000).
For less than its rival – starting at US$500 (R$2,500) – the Quest 3 features the same mixed reality technology that debuted on the Quest Pro, Meta’s most expensive device, launched last year, which shows users a video feed of the real world Turn them around.
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