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Facebook invents “virtual reality emoji” gestures

These are what Facebook calls “VR emoji”, and they’re the company’s vision for how we’ll convey emotion in virtual reality. We’re not talking about yellow illustrated emoticons popping up over your head. Instead, your avatar’s eyes, eye brows, mouth, and other facial features will change to mimic how we exhibit body language in the real… Read More
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