Bards Lost in The Metaverse - Episode 7 -What is the Metaverse
In this episode we are talking about the Metaverse.
We firstly discuss what it is and describe some current metaverse examples. We then launch into hypothesising mode, and talk about what the metaverse could look like in the future, how it could be valuable to creators, before winding up with a chat about our personal future plans for the metaverse.
The book referenced by Sharn was The Metaverse Handbook: Innovating for the Internet’s Next Tectonic Shift by QuHarrison Terry and Scott “DJ SKEE” Keeney.
And here is the link to Youtube video mentioned by Andy that provides a short and sharp explanation of the Metaverse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4S-4mTvK4cI&t=69s
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NOTE: Everything discussed during the podcast is simply our own interpretation of information we come across as we research topics, or is commentary based on our own personal experiences. We highly encourage everyone to conduct their own research into topics of interest as information, especially in the technical space, changes regularly.
Music track featured this week was titled Whirly Dream and can be viewed/listened to here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXyp68qdiQY
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