Recently, Facebook’s VR social application Spaces ushered in an update that allows users to tailor to fit their own VR avatar, and this avatar is based on Facebook users usually upload self-timer and co-photo.
Facebook Spaces was officially launched last year. Currently it only supports Rift and Vive, but in the latest plan, social media giants have put PSVR version on the agenda.
When you enter Facebook Spaces, the first thing to do is create an avatar. You can select a photo from your Facebook photo album, and let Spaces generate a similar avatar to Oculus Avatars. You can then make adjustments to your avatar.
The new version adds hundreds of new features to help users customize their avatars, including new head shapes, hairstyles, and facial features. You can also customize your body features for the first time. In addition, by using fine-tuning engine technology, users can make their avatars, bodies, and movements look more fluid and natural.
With more rich materials, better light and shadow effects, Facebook Spaces can bring more immersion. At the same time, the new controls are also easier to manipulate, and you can use it to change your avatar to adjust the size, position, and angle of the characters you create.
The new version will be launched this week, and at a proper time you can upload a custom new image on Spaces to Facebook.