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.
In episode 184, Kieron evaluates the lineup for the Decentraland Metaverse Music Festival and why it’s distinct from other online music events.
For many, blockchain is inseparable from Bitcoin — but hold onto that viewpoint and you’ll risk falling behind. Blockchain technology goes way beyond cryptocurrency, into areas such as identity security, supply chain, IoT, and governance.
In episode 183, Kieron comments on the recent news that Microsoft will make its Mesh and Office 365 work apps available on Meta Quest devices
In its latest move to become a world leader in Metaverse technology and business, Dubai recently introduced the Gross Metaverse Product (GMP), a new metric to measure the success of various Web3 ventures.
Many organizations and companies are tentative about adopting underregulated and sometimes risky Web3 technologies. Enter Chainalysis, an industry backbone that makes the process safer and more streamlined for newcomers.
As Kieron Allen explains in Episode 181, the FIFA and Roblox collaboration epitomizes the idea of a shared, collective experience that the Metaverse will take even deeper.
The Metaverse has the potential to level the technology playing field, but the need for infrastructure, Kieron Allen explains in episode 181, might hamper its progress.
Web3 is an oft-used term, but it’s not always clear what it means, or if it holds weight. Toni Witt dives into statistics and numbers to give Web3 a little backbone.
Wayne Sadin paints a tantalizing picture of the Metaverse’s influence on the future C-suite workplace.
With an expansive push into virtual world and Web3 technologies, Dubai’s government aims to create jobs, foster innovation, develop smart cities, and become a leader in the metaverse economy.