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Sumaiya Khatun
May 10, 2022
In Real Estate Forum
If you know me a bit from articles from Special Database the past, then you know that I am quite averse to marketing magic words and the many hypes in our field. Concepts without concrete applicability, that's not what a down-to-earth brabo likes. Then why an article about the metaverse? Because what is hidden behind this hype word is indeed significant. And more importantly, it's not nearly as "science fiction" as many people think. Whatever Special Database name you give the animal, we cannot ignore what it stands for and it is certainly worth exploring. What are we actually talking about? If we want to unravel the myth of the metaverse, we have to start at the beginning. The word metaverse is a combination of 'meta' (beyond) and 'universe' and is used to describe Special Database the future of the Internet. A future in a (partly) virtual world in Special Database which people work, play, travel, go out and socialize using the internet, virtual reality and augmented reality. Sounds familiar? That may be true, because in fact it has been Special Database around for years. What about Second Life, which saw the light of day in 2003? Right, a metaverse application. Only, the time was not (yet) ripe for it. As before, for example with the QR code, you see that new technology is only adopted if it is widely accessible. On our smartphones, for example, as a standard feature and 'established'. We all know the Technology Adoption Lifecycle , right?What we now call Special Database metaverse or virtual digital worlds, is in fact already existing technology and therefore not hype. It may sound a bit like science fiction, but we Special Database thought so about the self-driving car and even smartphones. The first forms of the metaverse already exist and show the signs of a flourishing economic development. Is the time right now? Another way to dissect the myth and hype surrounding the metaverse is to look Special Database at the visual developments on the web. For the first time with the internet, we are on the cusp of leaving the largely 2D experience behind and moving towards an immersive 3D experience. But is the world ready yet? For the innovators and early majority I think absolutely. According to a recent Special Database report by Deloitte , young people already have one foot in the metaverse.
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