Oculus announced its future virtual reality headset, code-named Project Cambria.
The VR headset is still in the development phase. Still, Facebook describes Cambria as a state-of-the-art headset that will recognize facial expressions and even eye movements, feeling something different from traditional VRs like Oculus Quest 2.
Project Cambria has a screen that will be in front of your face. The device also has exterior cameras so that you can see what is around you without having to remove the device, allowing for augmented reality experiences.
It also features new, more compact lenses that allow you to reduce the overall size of the headset. The lenses that Facebook suggested appear to be similar to the ones we saw on HTC Vive Flow.
Facebook says Project Cambria will be released next year but hasn’t revealed any launch window or pricing.