Meta’s next-generation avatars are reportedly set to have legs and they will be coming to your zoom meetings – this means that your avatar will not be a floating torso for much longer.
Meta’s Next-Generation Avatars Are Reportedly Set to Have Legs
On Tuesday, Meta announced at its Meta Connect event that its next-generation avatars will be having legs and that also you will be able to make use of them in more places online.
“Legs are hard,” Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the event said. “We’re going to bring legs to Horizon [Worlds] first, and we’re gonna keep bringing them to more experiences over time as we improve our technology stack.”
Avatars on top of legs also will show a vast and wider range of facial expressions and reactions to convey better just how people felling or are feeling. People also will be able to select more body types and skin tones for their selected avatars to represent them better as the person that they are.
Mets Also Announced That Users Will Be Able To Use Their Avatars in Zoom Meetings
Also announced by the tech company Meta is a new feature that will allow users to make use of their avatars in zoom meetings known as mission zoom. And once it is launched, if in the event you don’t want to be on camera but you still, however, want to show up on your screen, your avatar will be able to represent you by taking your place.
When Will These Features Be Available To Users
This is simple. All of these features according to Meta are expected to arrive in 2023.