Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, posted a video clip of him playing a virtual gunfight with the American sword fencing Lee Keefer, after changing the name of the Facebook company to Metaverse.
Zuckerberg commented, on the video, which he posted on his account on “Facebook”, saying: “It was fun to imagine the kinds of experiences that Metaverse would open, such as giving everyone the ability to fence with Olympic gold medalist Lee Kiefer.” Mark added: “Alert .. You will win every time.”
Facebook changed its name to Meta Reflecting the company’s drive to build a virtual world filled with digital characters known as metaverse, because he is battling a growing regulatory scrutiny crisis Facebook Connect The company’s annual virtual and augmented reality conference, Thursday, said Facebook is “a popular social media brand, but it doesn’t include everything we do,” according to the Financial Times..
“From now on we’ll be Metaverse first, not Facebook first,” he added. While the company was changing its name to Meta, Zuckerberg said the existing individual platforms and brands Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger, Instagram and Oculus would not change.
Company has strengthened Zuckerberg Invest in augmented and virtual reality, where you compete with Apple and others to build a next-generation computing platform.