Iceland is famous for its volcanoes and glaciers as well as the music of Sigur Ros and Bjork. But now, their tourism authorities have uploaded a video mocking Mark Zuckerberg’s new umbrella company, Meta. SKY News reported.
Last month, Zuckerberg announced that the new umbrella corporation that will house Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp and other social media businesses he owns will be called Meta. He also invited people to join him for what he called the “The Gathering.” “meta-verse,”Virtual reality is a place where people can communicate with their friends via avatars and travel around the globe without leaving their homes.
While the Meta announcement was heard across the globe, not everyone reacted as quickly. “Inspired By Iceland” tourism board, which released a video over the weekend mocking the billionaire and his virtual reality idea.
The “Inspired By Iceland”People come from all over the world to visit. “land of fire and ice”They wanted to ensure Zuckerberg was feeling the heat as they relentlessly mocked him in their video.
In the video, Zack Mossbergsson from Iceland, the chief visionary of Iceland, was dressed as Zuckerberg in his Meta announcement, and used the same hand gestures. “new, immersive”The world we live in is also ours “real,”This is an additional feature “it has been for millions of years.”
“Today I want to talk about a revolutionary approach to connect our world without being super weird,”Mossbergsson spoke in the video. “Some said it’s not possible. Some said it’s out of reach. To them, we say it’s already here.”
The viewers were then shown the Mossbergsson. “Icelandverse,” a clear dig at Zuckerberg’s “Metaverse.”
“It’s completely immersive with water that’s wet,”Mossbergsson’s parody video.
He also stated that the “Icelandverse” even has “skies you can see with your eyeballs.”
This video has been viewed over 3,000,000 times on Twitter.
Mossbergsson concludes the video by saying, “the Icelandverse is a world with possibilities that will be here forever,”Before inviting people to visit.