Only in October 2022 comes the Quest Pro, a pair of mixed reality goggles from Meta (previously Facebook). A Facebook user did, however, upload pictures of what appears to be a developer preview of the virtual and augmented reality (VR) headgear, which provide the first visual cues for the device.
The alleged Quest Pro resembles Meta’s Project Cambria in the leaked photographs and video that Ramiro Cárdenas has made public. Three front-facing cameras are included in the premium headgear, which also has newly designed controls that take the place of prior devices’ loop-shaped models.
The product box not only prominently displays the name “Meta Quest Pro,” but also states that it is a developer sample and cannot be sold. The Verge also noted that the mixed reality glasses would have been discovered in a hotel room and that the device’s user would have previously identified themselves.
The premium AR/VR headset will be introduced at Meta Connect 2022 along with other Metaverse-related announcements, according to Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta. On October 11th, the organization that owns Facebook will hold its annual conference.
The executive had previously claimed that the gadget will provide a “full virtual reality experience.” The device should have more sensors for user tracking of their eyes and faces since it is more than just a gaming gear.
The new attachment also promises to make it easier to combine resources from augmented reality and virtual reality. Additionally, the mixed reality glasses ought to encourage more people to visit and use the Metaverse.
The most recent leak supports the assumption that Meta Quest Pro will actually be the name of the premium headset. Developer Steve Moser discovered many references to the product name in the Meta code in July of this year.
The new mixed reality glasses will be far more expensive than the Meta Oculus Quest 2, according to Zuckerberg. The “old” Meta gadget is currently available for US$399 (about R$2,042 in today’s direct conversion).