Consumer attraction to today's metaverse indicates a significant shift in how people use technology. If the metaverse begins to exist and function in totality, marketers clearly should not miss out.
It's the beginning of a new year, and economically we are in a bit of trouble. But some amazing technologies are coming to market this year that I look forward to seeing.
Metaverse constructors are still figuring out how to detect who is visiting virtual stores, where and when they visit, how and for how long they interact with products, and why they engage with specific content.
I’ll break down each gift by cost for this guide, but the overall theme will be things that people will look at and recall you kindly when they do.
The 2022 edition of Mozilla’s Privacy Not Included buyer’s guide has privacy reviews of more than 75 popular consumer electronics gifts.
In five years, 40% of large organizations worldwide will be using a combination of Web3, AR cloud, and digital twins in metaverse projects aimed at increasing revenue, Gartner predicted at its IT symposium in Orlando, Fla.
There is a lot of work going into creating the next generation of the web. Most of it is focused on the concept that we’ll have a very different experience that is far more immersive. Let’s call it “Web 3D.”
Advances in technology are spreading through law enforcement centers nationwide to help police departments better solve crimes and protect public safety. We scoped out the broader view of how law enforcement is using technology for the common good.
As consumers continue to explore virtual shopping in the metaverse, two companies forge the path for shoppers with platforms that make e-commerce more inviting by bringing 3D virtual showrooms and virtual try on rooms to reality.