If Mark Zuckerberg’s dog could comprehend the concepts of commerce and technology, he’d possibly object to his starring role in Facebook’s recent video. But alas, Beast is just a cute Silicon Valley dog, and so here we are.
To celebrate Beast’s 6th birthday HBD, li’l guy Facebook made an Oculus employee 3D-print a miniature form of the unofficial corporation dog.
Zuckerberg posted the video to his sheet on Tuesday 😛 TAGEND
It is, in essence, an ad for Oculus Medium, a brand-new VR product that Facebook touts as an instrument for creators and creators. To show off the product’s abilities, the video follows an Oculus creator as he designs a mini version of the dog( a lily-white Puli) before sending it to print in Facebook’s hardware lab.
“Beast was pretty confused, but I love that we have the technology and cultural activities where people merely become thoughts like this for fun, ” Zuckerberg wrote. “And I think it’s pretty good! “
This isn’t the first time Facebook marketing has worked Zuckerberg’s personal life into video content. In December, the CEO shared a tongue-in-cheek video introducing the world to the homemade AI assistant voiced by none other than Morgan Freeman he built for his family.