Recently, a selfie of Mark Zuckerberg made everyone break the defense.
If you want to exaggerate, the composition is more “patterned”, with the Eiffel Tower in France and the Barcelona Cathedral in Spain behind it, showing the exploration of different countries in the virtual world, celebrating the launch of the Metaverse virtual social platform Horizon Worlds in France and Spain.
The blue sky and green hills seem to bring people back to the relaxed state of watching Teletubbies.
No, some netizens laughed, this texture is not as good as Teletubbies .
The building is still a little layered, and Zuckerberg’s avatar is extremely flat and sloppy, and his eyes are dull and reminiscent of the Uncanny Valley.
Three days later, Zuckerberg reposted the selfie, implicitly saying: “Last time it was a bit ‘ basic ‘, and it will be better in the future.”
The Metaverse has attracted more than $177 billion in investment since the beginning of 2021, according to McKinsey.
So people don’t buy this new selfie too much, their attitude is: ” $177 billion invested, that’s all? “
Snapchat user Matt Reed directly created a filter called HoriZuck Lens, which allows everyone to become a dull-eyed, dull-looking “Zuckerberg” through the filter.
Use the ugly filter to let everyone step into the Metaverse with half a foot, mocking the Metaverse.
Some netizens also summed up: “The virtual world is really ugly and ‘chaotic and charming’.”
What ugly new tricks have there been in the Metaverse in the past two years?
When Horizon Worlds, a virtual social platform in the Metaverse, was criticized for being ugly and weird last time, what everyone cared about was not on their faces:
“Why don’t you have legs?”
The legs are “super difficult and basically unworkable just from the physical point of view of existing headsets,” Andrew Bosworth, Meta’s then-VP of Reality Labs, told CNN Business.
“Earth is Flat” Metaverse World
Other platforms are not much better. Decentraland – a 3D world built on the blockchain and managed by a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO), is a plain, with no undulating terrain, Columbus’ coffin board can’t hold it down.
Stiff Worker Avatar
Microsoft brings virtual experience collaboration platform Mesh directly to Microsoft Teams. Working at the company, you can participate in meetings as animated avatars, presenting a kind of “mixed reality.”
Bustle commented that although it may look a little scary in some cases, decorating this avatar with sunglasses can secretly sleep in a meeting.
weird cat man fashion show
Dolce & Gabana attended Decentraland Metaverse Fashion Week, and they chose to present the collection with cat face avatars.
Fires are all pixel mansions
Meta Residence recently revealed the exterior of the world’s first “MetaReal” tower, rumored to be a replica of a real-world Miami mansion.
From the pixel point of the fire, it is difficult to say that it is “lifelike”.
The Metaverse mansion will be put up for auction in 2023, with transactions executed on the Ethereum blockchain.
Regarding the simplicity of the Metaverse, the current reasons (or excuses?) are: 1. Entering the Metaverse requires loading, and the current graphics card cannot carry this burden, and can only be achieved through low-quality visual effects. 2. Metaverse projects need to include various blockchains and cryptocurrencies (since one of their main concepts is to make money, blockchain and cryptocurrency integration takes precedence over visuals). 3. Simple images can prevent users from dizziness…
I’d better have fun with filters and games first.
What do you think of Zuckerberg’s selfie?
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