In episode 9, Kieron explains why we still need coders to help tailor and customize low-code/no-code apps to meet customer needs.
Using the retail and appliance industry as examples, Janet explains how the Metaverse can help address services issues and the customer experience in new ways.
Apps by NVIDIA and Luma Labs that utilize neural radiance field (NeRF) AI models enable anyone with a smartphone to make convincing 3D models for use in e-commerce, gaming, the Metaverse, and more.
In this Metaverse interview, Toni Witt interviews Matthew Wren, co-founder of BUNDLAR and Founder of VRAR Chicago about the current state of AR adoption. The two discuss how BUNDLAR is helping outside companies adopt and deploy AR technologies.
By distributing AI computation to local sensors and devices where the data is actually generated, Edge AI powers real-time capabilities for everything from medical devices to self-driving cars to energy grid monitoring, as Toni explains.
Blockchain enables creators to package and monetize their digital content in new ways, but it’s not the only tech stack that is doing so. AI is also helping generate content in the digital space. Here’s how.
Kieron Allen explores why augmented reality (AR) is on the rise, with specific examples, and what this means for the Metaverse and consumers.
In this Metaverse interview, Toni Witt speaks with Tony Vittilo, Freelance Metaverse Consultant and XR Developer, about the current state of the Metaverse, VR, and AR as well as what direction the emerging spaces are moving in.
In Ep. 196 of My Metaverse Minute, Kieron previews this week’s Sunday newsletter, which explains AR’s ascendance with real-world business examples.
Latest initiatives push Walmart further ahead in digital innovation, sustainability and strategic partnerships.
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.
Analyst Toni Witt explains why Niantic’s Lightship Visual Positioning System will play a major role in the building of the “Metavearth.”
From virtual buffet cars to rocket ships, multi-world Metaverse travel opportunities are wide-ranging and mind-blowing, writes Kieron Allen.
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.
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.
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.
In My Metaverse Minute, Ep. 176, Kieron considers how Apple is using its branding strategy to distinguish itself within the Metaverse.
In My Metaverse Minute, Ep. 168, Kieron Allen shares his thoughts on current opportunities that Metaverse sports platforms are missing out on.