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Zuckerberg announces event for Oct. 11

Mark Zuckerberg announced Tuesday that Meta will hold its annual virtual reality conference on October 11

Zuckerberg said in an interview last month that the company plans to release Project Cambria in the fall.

It is a highly anticipated headset that will capture the real world through a camera with computing power

And inside this headset can display in real time and in color

Currently the headset can cost around $800 or more.

It will be significantly more expensive and capable than Meta Quest 2

Mark Zuckerberg hasn't announced a conference lineup Tuesday, but the event could last all day

Zuckerberg confirmed in August that the vice president in charge of Horizon was leaving the company.

n addition to Mater Project Cambria, several other virtual reality and augmented reality prototypes are in the works.