In Ep. 192 of My Metaverse Minute, Kieron Allen explains why companies looking to launch in the Metaverse should first look at the nominees and winners of the 2023 Metaverse Architecture and Design Awards.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, IBM’s Kurt Scheetz explains how the valuation of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) works, specifically around customer effects.
The transition to Web 3.0 is underway, but savvy organizations won’t leave Web 2.0 behind entirely if they want to keep their consumers, writes Kieron.
In My Metaverse Minute, Ep. 192, Kieron covers the Brønnøysund Register Center and Ernst & Young partnership to assist digital natives with their tax responsibilities at a virtual office location.
Analyst Toni Witt explains why Niantic’s Lightship Visual Positioning System will play a major role in the building of the “Metavearth.”
In My Metaverse Minute, Ep. 191, Kieron explains how Interpol, a global police force, is using digital twins to join the Metaverse.
Roblox is a big name in the Metaverse. Kieron explains its origins, how it works, and why it has garnered so many major corporations as partners.
From interoperability and immutability to security and sustainability, there are many myths around standardized virtual spaces in the Metaverse. Kieron clarifies what’s fact and what’s fiction.
In episode190, Kieron’s sneak preview of week’s newsletter covers the benefits of using Web2 technologies as a “springboard” for Web3 technologies.
Knowing the past can prepare us for the future. Toni Witt explores the twisty history of non-fungible tokens and helps explain the role they’ll play in the future.
In My Metaverse Minute, Ep. 189, Kieron explains how the L’Oréal and Meta partnership is an example of real-world initiatives for the Metaverse.
In My Metaverse Minute, Ep. 188, Kieron Allen explains why the new Meta Quest Pro VR headset’s $1,500 price tag could be its saving grace.
From virtual buffet cars to rocket ships, multi-world Metaverse travel opportunities are wide-ranging and mind-blowing, writes Kieron Allen.
In Ep. 187, Kieron Allen explains how Flipkart, one of the largest e-commerce companies in India, is entering the Metaverse in a big way with a new immersive and interactive initiative.
Toni Witt explains health pros and cons of VR, and why work-from-home and Metaverse aficionados must approach it with as much moderation they do 2D screens, social media, and the like.
Dubai’s Ajman police force announced that it will be offering services to Metaverse users, who can report crimes as digital avatars. This raises privacy concerns, says Kieron in episode 186.
Analyst Kieron Allen offers examples of how digital twins might work in the development of transportation, urban planning, and more.
Thanks to WebAR, organizations don’t have to wait for smart glasses in order to experience the benefits of augmented reality.
In My Metaverse Minute, Ep. 185, Kieron previews the next Sunday newsletter topic: multi-world transportation in the Metaverse.
Augmented reality is a core element of the Metaverse, but it will need a worldwide cloud-based database to reach its full mass potential, writes Toni Witt.