Facebook Is Pioneering The VR Emoji

Facebook Is Pioneering The VR Emoji

The system is designed to give greater depth to online conversations taking place in virtual reality

Jennifer Passas
  • 18 october 2016

In 2014 Facebook purchased Oculus, an American virtual reality (VR) technology company, with the hope that VR headsets would become as ubiquitous as the social network itself. At the recent Oculus Connect 3 conference, CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed off the social network’s VR emoji.

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