This Snapchat filter turned me into Mark Zuckerberg’s viral avatar

CNBC’s Sofia Pitt utilizing Matt Reed’s HoriZuck Lens for Snapchat.

Nightmares actually do come true.

Snapchat person Matt Reed has created a filter known as HoriZuck Lens that may flip your face into Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s viral Horizon Worlds avatar. I attempted it and it felt unsuitable.

If you are unsure what I’m speaking about, let me fill you in. Earlier this month, Zuckerberg shared a screenshot of his Horizon Worlds VR avatar on his Facebook web page to announce that the challenge had launched in France and Spain.

The web went wild. Critics slammed the poor high quality of the graphics, particularly contemplating the metaverse challenge is costing Meta $10 billion.

Mark Zuckerberg throughout Metaverse dialog on CNBC

Source: CNBC

In response to the backlash, Zuckerberg posted a brand new avatar days later. He stated the unique avatar was “basic” and “major updates to Horizon and avatar graphics coming soon.”

“The graphics in Horizon are capable of much more — even on headsets — and Horizon is improving very quickly,” Zuckerberg stated on August 19.

But as with all viral web phenomena, footage by no means actually die. You can turn out to be Zuck’s avatar by downloading Matt Reed’s Snapchat lens right here.

CNBC’s Sofia Pitt utilizing Matt Reed’s HoriZuck Lens on Snapchat.


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