Facebook Connect is the new name for the annual social media engineers conference, which is seven years ago called Oculus Connect.
It’s usually a good physical event for VR (Virtual Reality) developers, but in the face of the global epidemic, Facebook has confirmed that Facebook Connect will be a full-fledged reality this year.
Historically, the annual conference has focused on reality, but Facebook has confirmed that this year’s event will focus on both the reality and the extra reality.
The company recently announced that Facebook Reality Labs, a new umbrella unit that combines various Facebook and VR efforts, will be the theme of Connect 2020, so it’s safe to assume it’s going to be an exciting event.
Although Facebook bought Oculus in 2014 for $ 2 billion
Here’s what you need to know about Facebook Connect 2020, including the times, how to look online, and what to expect from this year’s keynote address.
Where is Facebook Connect 2020?
Facebook Connect will be operational on September 16, 2020 and will be broadcast online, and we look forward to a keynote address with some exciting announcements. Times will still be confirmed, but we will review this section as soon as we know more.
How can I see Facebook Connect 2020?
From time to time, details of how we will be able to access Facebook Connect will be confirmed, but as in previous years, we hope that the day’s talk will be available through the Facebook Connect and Facebook website. and.
The only question is, with the re-launch of Facebook Connect 2020
We’ll review this section once confirmation, so check back soon for more.
What should I expect from Facebook Connect 2020?
Facebook has not yet confirmed the full version of Facebook Connect 2020, but the social media giant has confirmed that the conference will have more than 15 sessions with more than 35 speakers, and all session sessions and certified speakers will be available. on the Facebook Connect site.
Like any technical conference, there will be a keynote address, and both Facebook manager Mark Zuckerberg and Michael Obrus’ Oculus are expected to appear with the exception of Mike Howards and Joel Lim from the Facebook Connect program.
The Facebook Connect 2020 key note may focus on news from the Facebook Reality Labs umbrella, featuring Oculus (both headsets and games), Spark AR, a Facebook-based Facebook system, and the Facebook Portal ecosystem with it.
As mentioned above, Facebook Horizon enters the open beta, and we will also be able to get an update on the social networking site Facebook.
The biggest announcement, however, is Oculus Quest 2. Oculus Quest is obviously one of the most popular VR headsets available today, offering something similar to PC-level VR without the need for a PC. PCs or cables, and we think Facebook is committed to keeping that momentum going with Oculus Quest 2.
Rumors suggest that it will be better than redesigned, with open advertising features showing a headset that looks the same, although it may not be available in white at this time.
Other rumors include weight loss and overall volume, more powerful interiors, and advanced Oculus Touch controllers. If you want to know more about the latest Oculus Quest 2 rumors, we will tell you the details separately.