Mark Zuckerberg's Paris Metaverse Selfie Follows The Billionaire's Creation Being Mocked

A Backlash Against Mark Zuckerberg’s Paris Metaverse Selfie Follows The Billionaire’s Creation Being Mocked

Despite spending billions of dollars on his VR world, Meta CEO and billionaire, Bill Gates, has recently been mocked for the quality of his virtual reality graphics.

It has now been revealed that the virtual selfie that the Facebook founder posted was “basic”.

Earlier this week, Zuckerberg posted a selfie from Paris in the metaverse, and it has quickly become one of the most popular memes.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg posted the metaverse selfie on his Facebook page.

As he captioned it, he wrote: “We’re launching Horizon Worlds in France and Spain today!

“I’m looking forward to seeing people explore and build immersive worlds, as well as bringing this to more countries in the near future.”

As can be seen from the image, his metaverse avatar appears to be taking a selfie with the Eiffel tower with his arm outstretched.

A Backlash Against Mark Zuckerberg’s Paris Metaverse Selfie Follows The Billionaire’s Creation Being Mocked

In spite of the fact that the post has hundreds of thousands of likes on Facebook, it received some criticism on Twitter as well.

According to a tweet that was sent out by one of the users, “Mark Zuckerberg launches Horizon Worlds in France and Spain with an eye-gouging ugly selfie in VR.

There is no doubt that Meta’s metaverse ploy is going to die in the dark.”

Another person joked: “As far as I can see, the Metaverse is basically just Animal Crossing with the addition that you’re being hunted by Mark Zuckerberg.”

As a result of the mockery, Zuckerberg has now responded to it.

There has been an improvement in the metaverse graphics for Horizon World’s project which he posted on Instagram and wrote in the caption: “Major updates to Horizon and avatar graphics coming soon!”.

The rest of the story will be shared at Connect. My apologies if the photo I posted earlier this week was pretty basic — it was taken very quickly to celebrate the launch of a new product.

“The graphics in Horizon are capable of much more than they are now — even on headsets — and Horizon is improving very quickly as a result.”

As of today, Meta has already invested billions of dollars in the metaverse and plans to spend even more in the future.

There are big plans for the metaverse, and Zuckerberg wants it to be so good that people won’t want to leave it.

In an interview with tech podcaster Lex Fridman, he previously said: “A lot of people think that the metaverse is about a place, but I think we can define it as a time when immersive digital worlds become the primary way that we live our lives and spend our time.”

“That’s a reasonable construct in my opinion,” he continued.