Zuckerberg shows off Meta neural interface wristband

The neural interface wristband worn by Vecchio

Facebook parent company Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) released a photo on Wednesday showing a new smart glasses that the company has cooperated with European eyewear giant Essilor Lucentica project.

In the photo, Leonardo Del Vecchio, chairman of Essilor, wears a prototype neural interface wristband designed for controlling other devices.

Zuckerberg said he was in Milan discussing plans for new smart glasses with Essilor Luxuntika. "Leonardo is working on a prototype of our neural interface electromyography (EMG) wristband that will finally let you control your glasses and other devices." He ended his post with a smiley emoji wearing sunglasses.

Meta said in a blog post last year that it planned to develop a wristband that could control augmented reality glasses, allowing users to interact with virtual worlds through finger movements. Last October, Facebook changed its name to Meta to highlight its metaverse strategy.

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