Saturday, February 4, 2023

Technologies Influencing the Future of Metaverse

By Nisha Sharma - July 25, 2022 4 Mins Read

Advance technology erasing the line between the real world and virtual world urge has created a big competition between the metaverse and virtual reality, especially on which one will last longer.

After major corporations began investing in it, the metaverse became one of the trendiest subjects of conversation in the tech community. Massive corporations like Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Sony, and many others are using their distinctive platforms to enter the metaverse. After Facebook’s announcement to change its name to Meta in October 2021, the term “metaverse” began to acquire popularity. 

One of the most intriguing ideas in modern technology is the idea of a virtual world where one may escape the real one. People have probably been hearing a lot lately about the latest metaverse advancements. However, there has been discussion about how the metaverse compares to virtual reality due to the deep-seated relationship between the two technologies.

Technologies Influencing the future of Metaverse   

The quick change in the world after the pandemic has given the rise to technology to shape the new reality that is a significant trend influencing the future for decades. 

Virtual reality & Augmented Reality 

In upcoming years, virtual reality equipment or devices are going to be an integral part, and metaverse will use VR headsets for interaction. These VR headsets are not just used for work or play but to create a world that will be the reel image of the real.  3D experiences that are immersive and immersive are offered via virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). It serves as the portal into the virtual world. The physical world is altered with computer images in augmented reality.

Also Read: Reasons Why Enterprise Technology Fails and How to Break the Cycle

In contrast to virtual reality, it is simpler to use and compatible with the majority of smartphones and digital cameras. Users can explore their environment through interactive digital graphics using augmented reality. Physical models will be possible to be incorporated into the metaverse experience as VR technology develops.

As an outcome, with the program, users may hear, feel, and communicate with individuals from around the globe. More businesses are probably going to invest in creating virtual reality and augmented reality devices in the future because of the hoopla around the metaverse.

Web 3.0 

In web 1.0, there were few content producers, and the majority of consumers just consumed material. In the web 2.0 era, they constantly come up again. As a platform for software applications other than merely desktop PCs, Web 2.0 hinders web development.

As a result, social networks, blogs, and sharing websites saw a huge increase in user participation in content creation. Web 2.0 technologies, however, dramatically increase the dominance of centralized tech companies and allow for monitoring and deceptive advertising.

The decentralized Blockchain technology, which enables users to connect to an internet where they own the data and time and are fairly compensated, is one of the benefits of web 3.0. In the future, web 2.0 could be used in semantic metadata enabling devices to learn sentence meaning, its generation, content sharing, and search results analysis. Additionally, web 3.0 connect greater connection between data sources. This will enhance user experience taking to the higher connectivity level and putting everything on the internet. 

Internet of Things (IoT) 

A system connecting things of the physical world to the internet through sensors and gadgets. The unanimous identifier capability of these gadgets will be used for information retrieval while connected to the internet. The IoT application designed for metaverse is used for data collection and distribution from the real world. This distribution will make digital representations more accurate. With the help of the Internet of Things, voice-activated speakers, thermostats, medical equipment, and other gadgets may now access a variety of data sources.

Check Out The New Enterprisetalk Podcast. For more such updates follow us on Google News Enterprisetalk News.


Nisha Sharma

Nisha Sharma is working with OnDot Media as a Tech Journalist. She has done Post graduation in Journalism & Mass Communication. Her prior experience was in B2B as a Content Writer. This is her first stint with a technology publication and she is on the high curve of learning about the IT sector, it's challenges, and the trends that move it forward.

Subscribe To Newsletter

*By clicking on the Submit button, you are agreeing with the Privacy Policy with Enterprise Talks.*