Goal (formerly known as Facebook) continues to reveal its plans for the coming years for the field of virtual and augmented reality. Rumors indicated that the company had plans for a new glasses. The surprise has come to reveal that they are working not on a pair of glasses, but on four.
The middle Information has revealed that these four virtual and augmented reality glasses are destined to succeed the current Oculus Quest 2. The first, Arcata, will arrive in September this year. We are facing a high-end model.
The following models will arrive between 2023 and 2024. Their names are Funston, Stinson Y Cardiff, being the first of these the next to arrive after Arcata. Meta is also expected to release Nazaretha new augmented reality glasses planned for 2024.
Not much is known about Arcata’s specifications, although everything indicates that it will have a higher image resolution that will allow texts to be read with less strain on the eyes. This will make it easier to work with texts (office and mail, for example) in virtual reality environments. Color management, sensors and battery are aspects that would also be improved in these models.
The price of Arcata will be around $799a good bit more compared to the $299 and $399 Oculus Quest 2. Meta’s investment in virtual and augmented reality, as well as in the metaverseis becoming more evident every day, something that the Zuckerberg has mentioned several times.