Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg gave a new meaning to internet and changed the way world looked at social media and his unconventional ideas continue to shape the world of social media and inspire contemporaraies.
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg gave a new meaning to the internet and changed the way world looked at social media and his unconventional ideas continue to shape the world of social media and inspire contemporaries. So, he is a hard-nosed businessman. Given. But he sure took the world by surprise when he chooses to take to the ‘soft’ path and share a beautiful moment that capturing the first steps of his daughter Max. In a Facebook post, Mark Zuckerberg shares a video of his daughter taking her first few steps and what’s amazing is that he does it with it – he adds a 360-degree camera view and makes the video virtually come alive. In the video Mark’s shown asking his daughter for a hug, moments later she is seen walking hesitantly towards her daddy, stop uncertainly for a moment as the hairy family dog distracted her for a moment, and then rushing into his arms for a heart-warming hug. The room is littered with her toys and she asks her daddy for the teddy bear that’s lying on a chair nearby. The video also shows Mark’s dog sitting beside his master.
The video captures the entire moment in 360-degree view of Max’s steps, Facebook users only have to click on the video and move the cursor around to experience the moment. In his Facebook post, Mark says that he captured the moment with a 360-degree camera so that his friends and family could become a part of the moment, in his post, he also talks about how his mom and his sister captured the moment of their children taking their first steps. He says, “When I was a baby and took my first steps, my mom wrote the date in a baby book. When my sister’s children took their first steps, she recorded it with photos and videos. When Max started walking, I wanted to capture the whole scene with a 360 video so our friends and family can feel like they’re right there with us. Here it is!” The adorable father-daughter video by now has 13 million views, 26,169 shares and 800k reactions on Facebook.