As Meta already announced in October 2021, Cambria will allow avatars to reproduce eye contact and expressions in real time thanks to the sensors it integrates.
The launch price of Cambria will be 799 dollars, a figure higher than the 349 euros that the company’s Quest 2 currently costs.
A few weeks ago it became known that Meta is starting to test tools to sell digital assets and experiences within its virtual reality platform. Horizon Worlds, a key part of his plan to create a metaverse. And virtual reality headsets will play an important role in that project.
The tools will initially be available to a select set of users who are creating virtual classes, games and fashion accessories within the company’s immersive platform, which can be accessed through virtual reality headsets.
Through a tool, these selected users will be able to sell their accessories or offer paid access to the specialized digital spaces they have built.