- Facebook exec Andrew “Boz” Bosworth posted a video of him pelting Mark Zuckerberg with pillows.
- The video could have been captured utilizing Facebook’s forthcoming sensible glasses made with Ray-Ban.
- Ray-Ban not too long ago posted a teaser web page on its web site with the date “09.09.21.”
We could have simply gotten a sneak peek at Facebook’s sensible glasses in the type of Mark Zuckerberg getting pelted with pillows.
On Monday, Facebook government Andrew “Boz” Bosworth posted a video to Twitter that exhibits snippets of his day by day life: fishing along with his household, enjoying cornhole in the yard, and … throwing pillows at his boss.
While Zuckerberg is stunned by the primary two — a lot in order that he is really taken to the bottom by one reasonably giant throw pillow — he efficiently catches the third, elevating his arms victoriously:
—Boz (@boztank) September 6, 2021
Given Boz’s caption — the common-or-garden sun shades emoji — plus the truth that he runs Facebook’s Reality Labs, which builds AR and VR merchandise for the social media large, there is a excessive probability the movies had been captured by Facebook’s forthcoming sensible glasses, which it is constructing with Ray-Ban guardian firm Luxottica.
Very little is thought in regards to the venture, which has been in improvement since way back to 2017. During a developer convention that 12 months, Facebook confirmed ordinary-looking glasses that had the flexibility to put digital objects into the true world. An individual who tried on a prototype model of the glasses told Insider’s Rob Price in 2019 that the glasses seem like “really high-end glasses” reasonably than an a conventional, cumbersome AR headset.
Boz stated throughout an Instagram Q&A earlier this 12 months that Facebook is contemplating adding facial-recognition technology to the glasses, however provided that it could possibly correctly deal with the authorized and privateness points that might associate with that.
While these hints do not present the clearest image of the glasses’ capabilities, we could quickly study much more: Ray-Ban posted a teaser page on its website emblazoned with Facebook’s emblem and the date “09.09.21” inside a pair of glasses.