Facebook is working on a virtual reality app that will let you play ping-pong with friends in space
Zuckerberg is a huge fan of virtual reality, and led Facebook's $2 billion acquisition of virtual reality maker Oculus in 2014.They're not only planning crazy versions of games, although ping-pong in space does sound cool. Virtual reality also can also allow people to experience things that actually did happen, Zuckerberg explained later in the Q&A.
For example, you can send people videos of a baby taking their first steps, but it would be an entirely different moment if you could experience that in virtual reality and be there when it happens."You want to be there, and be able to send it to your grandmother across the country so she can be there, too," Zuckerberg said.
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