This Meeting Could Have Been an Email cartoon
Last week, Facebook released a free beta for a new virtual reality meeting experience called Horizon Workrooms. Using their Oculus Quest 2 VR headsets, Facebook re-imagines the future of meetings
«Whether in-person, on Zoom, hybrid, or VR, too many meetings could have been an email.»
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