The best social network simulation ever is about to get a new lease on life with a new technology.
That’s because the new version of the Lazer Team social network app is now being tested in the virtual reality (VR) headset and the new generation of virtual reality headsets are getting ready to hit the market.
This week, Facebook’s vice president of marketing, product and technology, Tom Riese, showed a video of Lazer’s virtual reality test.
Facebook says the VR version of Lazy will have a range of features including: a built-in social network that lets users share content, share photos and videos, view friends’ profile information, see the weather, and more.
The new Lazer social network is set to be released sometime in the second half of 2018.
The VR version will be available for testing this week.
The social network simulates people’s social networks and their interactions through video.
Facebook is partnering with a number of social network apps to get their users to test Lazy in VR.
The company has said that Lazy users will be able to interact with their friends on the virtual Facebook Messenger, and that they will also be able interact with the other people in their Facebook circles.
“Lazy’s ability to build a social environment that is truly real and authentic to the user and the other person is key to making this experience the best it can be,” Facebook vice president Riesesaid in a statement.
“The best way to test the VR experiences on Lazy is to get it into your VR headset,” he said.
“You can test it in any app that supports the Oculus Rift or Vive.
This is the most accurate, easiest way to learn how it works.”
Riese also said that the new Lazy virtual reality app is a “real-time social network simulator.”
It will be free, but will have ads to see if you like it.
Lazy has been testing VR in VR for several months.
It was first released in May, and it has since become a popular way for people to test out VR.
For the past several weeks, Facebook has been taking a close look at the new VR social network.
Riesesays that Lazer is already working on a number more VR applications.
“We have a bunch of new applications planned for Lazy to test and show you what’s coming up for VR.
We’re really excited about it,” he added.
Facebook plans to start taking the VR test on Monday.