From inside Facebook's Frank Gehry-designed headquarters in Menlo Park, California, the two decided to "check out this interesting 360 video", as Zuckerberg described it, of the devastation in Puerto Rico. "I realize this wasn't clear, and I'm sorry to anyone this offended".
He also discusses Facebook's partnership with NetHope, a consortium of nonprofits and tech companies that Facebook previously collaborated with in response to the Ebola crisis in West Africa, and American Red Cross to restore connectivity and rebuild communities. "And one of the things that's really magical about virtual reality is you can get the feeling that you're really in a place". After all his virtual traveling this week, something tells me Zuckerberg is going to have a few stories to share.
Moving on, Spaces is integrating itself with Quill, the Oculus creation software made by the now-defunct Story Studio.
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One Facebook user, Maria Mangiarelli Ripp, chided Zuckerberg on Monday, saying, "it would be way more effective if we could see your real faces".
Donning an Oculus Rift, Zuckerberg attempted to explain how Spaces related to the company's relief efforts after major disasters.
"You can get a sense of some of the damage here that Hurricane...that the hurricanes have done", Zuckerberg said.
Instead of focusing on Facebook's efforts to aid the island, the livestream focused on Facebook's virtual reality platform.
México cae ante Honduras y pierde el invicto
La selección de Honduras venció este martes a México 3-2, con lo que se coloca en zona de repechaje para el Mundial Rusia 2018 . Mientras tanto, por el minuto 80, Panamá va empatando 1-1 con Costa Rica; Estados Unidos pierde frente a Trinidad y Tobago 2-1.
The Facebook founder's cartoon avatar directed attention towards various features of Puerto Rico's destruction while another Facebook executive remarked "it's crazy to feel like you're in the middle of it".
The price of virtual reality headsets has continued to drop, making the technology more accessible to a variety of people. Aside from the money Facebook is offering, the company is also lending its AI-assisted maps to the local government.
Others called the video 'tone-deaf' and 'incredible and not in a good way'. People make mistakes and Facebook will misstep again as it continues to pioneer new technology. On September 30, the final day of the Jewish day of atonement known as Yom Kippur, he posted a short note to Facebook apologising "for the ways my work was used to divide people rather than bring us together".
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This article will be taking a look at some of the most expensive, and extraordinary, casinos from across the world. 1. It officially opened in 2010 and features a design by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, which is based on a card deck.