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Understand the Metaverse

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A much discussed topic at the moment is the Metaverse. The theme is on the rise because it represents one of the bets for future technological developments. Many global companies are investing in different areas and technologies that will allow the Metaverse to become a reality. Among them, the most emblematic case is probably that of the company formerly known as Facebook, which has become Meta (a name actually derived from Metaverse).

The change demonstrates a bet on the Metaverse as the future of social networks. However, the concept is much larger, covering all types of social interactions carried out over the internet and opening up possibilities to merge the digital and physical worlds.

For the Metaverse to become a reality, many technologies and techniques need to advance further. Several of them are receiving a lot of investment to assist in the creation of this new universe, especially different sub-areas of Artificial intelligence, such as Virtual Reality and Computer Vision techniques.

Interested in the Metaverse? Read on to learn more about how it will work!


What does the Metaverse consist of?

To start, we should point out what the term Metaverse is based on. This expression began to be used in the 1990s within cyberpunk literature through the book “Snow Crash”, by Neal Stephenson.

A piece of science fiction, the work describes the Metaverse as a virtual medium in 3D, inhabited by avatars representing real people. Even if the creation of the concept is attributed to Stephenson, the projects and ideas that approach the virtual world interacting with the real environment have been present in fiction by several authors for quite some time.

Currently, the thinking in the communities that invest in this business segment define Metaverse as a virtual world where the physical and digital mix. This universe will be implemented through the use of many technologies, such as virtual reality, social networks, augmented reality, cryptocurrency etc.

In the Metaverse, it will be possible to socialize with people from other countries, play games, learn new concepts, visit virtual stores in 3D and make purchases as if we were in the physical store. Users will be able to participate in classrooms and meetings with the same experience as the face-to-face.

The goal is for the Metaverse to build a kind of 3D internet in which aspects such as communication, entertainment and business will exist in an immersive and interoperable way. The main factor that hinders the precise definition of this universe is that it does not yet exist, that is, there are several other points and questions that may or may not be implemented in the context to enable the feasibility of the concept.


What is already happening so that the Metaverse can become a reality?

When talking about Metaverse, the image that comes to mind is of people connected by means of special glasses in a virtual environment. The goal is to, through the use of VR glasses, create a virtual world in which users can create avatars and connect to any part of the world.

Thus, it is essential to develop glasses prepared to meet this universe. Companies like the Meta are investing heavily in the development of these gadgets. The trend is that, in the near future, technologies consistent with what is expected from the Metaverse will be released.

Another example of a bet on Metaverse is Horizons Workroom, which is nothing more than a virtual meeting space in which avatars are able to interact with each other, in order to enable a corporate environment as if people were in the same place.

Microsoft is also one of those who have positioned themselves with positive opinions about Metaverse by announcing Mesh for Microsoft Teams, which is a tool that aims to contribute to the use of Metaverse.



This is some information about the Metaverse and its echoes in the current development of different technological areas. Since it is still an early-stage idea, it will still take time to move from something abstract to a concrete project, but it already presents many possibilities for the future of the internet, technologies and interactions between people.

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