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MKBHD interviews Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about holograms and future of AR and VR

MKBHD is one of the leading technology YouTuber and people call him the best technology reviewer on the planet right now. In his latest video on YouTube, he was seen interviewing Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg where they talked about the future of AR and VR.

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Marques Keith Brownlee who is popularly known as MKBHD recently interviewed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about holograms and the future of AR and VR. The famous Youtuber is known for his videos or podcasts related to technology. He has a huge fan following with 12 million subscribers and has posted around 2 billion videos till now.

MKBHD is one of the leading technology YouTuber and people call him the best technology reviewer on the planet right now. In his latest video on YouTube, he was seen interviewing Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg where they talked about the future of AR and VR.

If you have not seen the video yet, don’t worry we have you covered. Scroll down to watch the interview.

In the video, the face of Facebook Mark Zukerberg explains how mobile phones and new technologies have changed people’s lives and what changes can we expect in the future. They also talked about video game developer Oculus VR and how it will change in the future.

According to Mark, the next wave of technology is the presence where a person feels it’s all real for example in VR and Oculus will make you feel the same and will focus on augmented reality. Mark said, he is excited about the future technologies where people will wear glasses and they can use it just like their phones but it will be more real because of the screen just in front of their eyes.

He also added that they are working on smaller processors and better screens at a relatively cheap price.

Talking about MKBHD, he’s been making YouTube videos since 2009 and people claim he started the second wave of YouTube videos.

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