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Facebook new virtual reality handband powered through 'brain waves

Science/High-Tech

 

Top social network, Facebook has said its new VR product will use nerves. It promises that the innovation will be available by November 2021.

 

Facebook fresh virtual reality to be activated by nerves

 

Social network firm, Facebook has just released a VR wristband that can be used to control its upcoming virtual glasses. The bank will interpret the user's limb movement through some sensors that detect nerve signals.

 

 Interested individuals can explore by using their limbs and fingers to perform a "press ' on their browsing device. However, there have been some crucial concerns raised by anonymity analysts who are concerned about what information will be stored on the innovation.

 

 The tech company has said this new system will be able to adapt towards the user's personality by using top machine language to foresee likes and dislikes. 'This new system will take the world by storm. It will daily learn about its environments and activities.' ' Tanya Jonker, Facebook VR manager opines.

 

' It knows your favorite shoes, colors, and music. It will ask you what your preferences are and memorize it.'

 

Pro-privacy groups are concerned about data saved on VR

 

  However, Ray Walsh and other privacy supporters will have none of that. They insist everyone must be informed about how many individual users will be available and will be shared.

 

'' This avenue where people's eye movement and signs are detected leaves humans open to surveillance. 'Lawmakers should do better and look into these thoroughly.''

 

 Its first version is expected to be available by November this year after suffering a slight setback due to the covid-19 pandemic. Facebook has been for some time working on new VR products.

 

The tech firm has shown more interested and invested heavily in technology since 2012 when it acquired Oculus a tech startup. Now, 20% of its staff work in the VR division which shows its interests.

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