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Meta is extending its Black History Month initiatives into augmented and virtual reality and the metaverse.
Its first ever Metaverse Culture Series will debut this month in Horizon Worlds and Horizon Workrooms, bringing together Black thought leaders and creators from across the U.S. to explore ideas for weaving Black culture, heritage and creativity into the fabric of the metaverse.
Meta said this marks the first in a series of VR-based programming moments it will host throughout the year, with the aim of providing an accessible entry point into the future of technology for diverse and historically excluded communities.
Meta Quest 2 users can view a new selection of curated VR content on Oculus TV each week, including a look at the unsung heroes of the Black Lives Matter movement with the creatives behind In Protest, as well as a tour of the International Space Station with astronaut Victor Glover.
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