Facebook's F8: All the highlights in under 3 minutes
We are starting with something that a lot of people have asked about recently and that's the information that we get from websites and apps who are using Facebook's advertising and analytics tools.
So you can, you are going to be able to use this tool to see the information about.
The absent websites you've interacted with.
You'll be able to clear all this information from your account.
And you'll even be able to turn it off having this information stored with your account going forward.
After going through our systems, this is the kinda control that we think that people should have.
So, we're building this, and we're gonna have a lot more like this to talk about soon.
So today, we are announcing a new set of features coming soon around dating.
Now this is gonna be for building real longterm relationships, all right, not just hook ups.
So this is Jennifer.
She's just moved to Chicago.
She's interested in dating.
She likes running and college football.
So, this is her Facebook profile.
She would see in the upper right a place she can top to go to Dating Home.
The first thing she would do here is set up a dating profile.
This is just her first name.
It is not visible to her friends, it's only visible to folks using the dating service and it doesn't show up in news feed or anywhere else.
And the big news I have to share today is Oculus Go is shipping today.
It start's at $199 it is the first really affortable stand-alone virtual reality headset it launching with more than a thousand apps and it has the highest quality lenses and optics that we've ever built into a VR device.
We can now use computer vision to fill in the gaps with this pointillism effect, and recreate the rooms of your childhood home where you grew up.
So you're gonna be able to go into VR with your family, and visit and feel like you were right there.
It feels like you were in a dream, it is wild.
And today we're launching a totally new version of Oculus Rooms that gives you even more fun things to do with your friends in VR.
We've built a new environment that is even more inviting, with things we know people love to do together.
You can watch 3D movies or listen to music while hanging out and playing a board game together.
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