I live near the top of one of the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in the Puget Sound, my first year of living here after spending the last decade in a valley near sea level, only a few miles away. Warily, we’re watching the heavy, sullen clouds move in even as a cold weather system presses in from the north, a guaranteed recipe for snow. Winter is coming.
As technology gears up for one of its most significant periods of growth in the digital age towards a future built on the foundation of the metaverse, the sheer volume of data that businesses can turn to optimize both their internal and external operations will be unprecedented. Whilst this new frontier will be exciting for those who choose to embrace it, the rise of big data in the age of Web3 will serve as a major talking point in privacy matters.
The quintessential example of a digital twin is the wind turbine. A digital twin is a real-time virtual representation of a real-world physical system or process that serves as its digital counterpart of it. Like all models or abstractions, a twin is created for practical purposes i.e. we wish to model a physical system of a phenomenon to understand it better.
One of the central concepts of the metaverse is the notion that every person has a single sign-on controlled by the vendors, which can, in turn, be used to track users as they move from one virtual world to another.
The Metaverse is seen as the fourth wave of computing and networking – the first three being the mainframe, personal computing, and mobile + cloud. Yet, In contrast to the previous waves, the Metaverse adds 3D experience, or immersion.
Hardly any marketer has not warmed up the metaverse hype. Has been equally hard to find someone who fully understands the implications of the expanding… Read More »Metaverse: How Businesses Plan to Capture Real Value