Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, 37, relies on Zurich and virtual reality glasses. Because at his investor conference in July, he announced that he would significantly expand the area with virtual reality glasses. This is exactly why new jobs are needed in Zurich.
The employees at Limmatstadt work for “Oculus,” a Facebook division that develops virtual reality glasses, the environment, and the online portal.
Originally, 200 jobs were planned, and now the crew will be increased by 350 people, according to reports “New Zealand”.
The latest revolution in the Internet
Zuckerberg wants to revolutionize the internet with his new glasses. Instead of just staring at a screen, virtual reality glasses should be used to experience the Internet.
For the project, Facebook wants to rent an additional floor in the office in Uetliberg. There are currently 50 vacancies in the Zurich team on Facebook. In the near future, at least 200 jobs will be filled at the Zurich site.
More jobs are planned, but official confirmation of the project is still pending, “New Zealand” reported. Why is Facebook-Zuckerberg keeping a big secret from it?
Glasses replace reality
The truth is that he wants to create a new reality with his new VR glasses. The ideas for this seem almost perfect. Glasses should be used not only in recreational activities, but also in business life.
In meetings, for example, you should be able to meet in a shared virtual world. Anyone in the virtual Facebook world is represented by an avatar. The head of Facebook calls this version of the Internet Metaverse. (Connor)
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