Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the stage at Oculus Connect, the company’s annual developer conference, to show off Facebook’s latest social VR prototype.
Zuckerberg toured the newest features of the app including more lifelike avatars complete with facial expressions triggered by audio and hand gestures using Touch, Oculus’s soon-to-release hand controllers.
Going through a number of 360 photos and 360 video as backdrop to demo, the three played cards, chess, and fought with swords.
Looking down at his virtual watch, Zuckerberg then demonstrated the newest addition to the app, a call feature through Facebook messenger that lets you make video calls between the virtual and real world.
There’s no word on release date for the app yet, but one thing is for sure: Facebook didn’t buy a VR company, it’s becoming one.