Mark Zuckerberg apologizes for that awkward VR tour of Puerto Rico


Mark Zuckerberg has apologized, in a Facebook comment, for his recent virtual reality tour of Puerto Rico. 

The Facebook CEO used the VR session to discuss Facebook’s relief efforts for Puerto Rico, which is recovering from Hurricane Maria, but his smiling avatar superimposed over the island’s ravaged streets did not sit well with everyone. 

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“It seems it would be way more effective if we could see your real faces. It is so distracting to have virtual characters reporting on a real disaster,” one commenter said on Facebook.  Read more…

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