Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Launches Metaverse Stores

The social media giant has already invested billions in creating the world, but has made an unusual decision that she believes will help people “discover the future”.

Mark Zuckerberg is opening physical “metaverse shops” to help people enter his virtual world.

The Meta boss hailed the metaverse as the future of technology and thinks brick-and-mortar stores could get the message across.

The metaverse is like a collection of connected digital worlds that you can explore in many different ways, The Sun relationships.

Meta, which owns Facebook, recently revealed plans to hire an additional 10,000 employees to build the metaverse.

Now the company is opening its first Meta Store this year.

The store will open on May 9 in Burlingame, California, and Meta says it will allow shoppers to “take a look into the future” with the metaverse.

“Once people experience the technology, they can better appreciate it,” said Martin Gilliard, the new head of Facebook’s Meta Store.

“If we’ve done our job right, people should walk away and tell their friends, ‘You have to go check out the Meta Store.’

The store will supply a number of Meta virtual reality and augmented reality products.

This includes the Meta Quest 2 headset, formerly known as Oculus Quest 2, a VR headset that immerses you in a virtual world.

Through it, you can access Meta’s metaverse apps, including Horizon, which allows users to create and visit worlds in a multiplayer setting.

And there are plenty of third-party Oculus apps and games to enjoy too.

Shoppers will be able to experience the bizarre science fiction metaverse within the Meta Store.

So, if they’re impressed, they might buy a Meta Quest 2 headset, accessories, or one of the Facebook portal screens instead.

“The Meta Store will help people make that connection about how our products can be the gateway to the metaverse in the future,” explained Gilliard.

“We don’t sell the metaverse in our shop.

“But hopefully people come in and out knowing a little more about how our products will help them connect to it.”

Tech giant Facebook has already poured billions of dollars into building the “metaverse” and recently promised to hire an additional 10,000 employees to work on the project.

Billionaire Zuckerberg previously revealed how soon you’ll be able to live in Facebook’s virtual homes, an early stage of the metaverse.

And leaving Harvard earlier said how he wants metaverse citizens to be able to make a living within the virtual world.

But some have warned that the metaverse could be dangerous for children and create a sexual abuse nightmare.

Despite criticism, tech tycoon Zuck has described the metaverse as “the next version of the Internet”.

“It’s not about going through the screens multiple times. It’s about improving the time we already spend, ”said Zuckerberg, 37, of his vision of the metaverse.

Speaking with journalists including The sunAndrew Bosworth, head of Facebook VR, described the company’s bold vision.

“The metaverse is a set of virtual 3D spaces where engaging experiences can be shared with each other when it is not possible to be together,” explained Bosworth.

“What comes after the Internet? Instead of looking at a screen, you can be in the experiences.

“You don’t have to experience it in VR. Most people will initially experience this on screens they already have. “

The Meta Store is located at 322 Airport Blvd in Burlingame, California. It will be open to the public Monday through Friday from 11am to 6pm local time, starting May 9.

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