Introduced for the first time in a novel entitled “Snow Crash”, with a cyberpunk genre published in 1992, Metaverse is described as a virtual world that can be visited by people with Virtual Reality devices.
Like the real world, This is a virtual world in 3D version. In this world, people would interact with each other through created avatars or animated themselves in cyberspace. The virtual world will be very similar to the real world we live in today. You can buy land, have jobs, and do many things in this virtual world.
According to Tim Sweeney, CEO, and founder of Epic Games, Metaverse is a 3D social media that can be accessed in real-time. By using this medium, people will be able to create content in a virtual world and share that content with each other. The players will also have the same opportunity to change the socio-economic conditions in the virtual world. Some Blockchain projects that you can try playing with the Metaverse are Decentraland and Sandbox, where these crypto-assets are also traded on Indodax!
Have you ever imagined what the internet will be like in 10 or 20 years? Considered as the future of the internet, It is a clear proof of the development of technology in order to adapt to humans virtually. According to the point of view of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Metaverse is a virtual environment that can be visited by humans so that it is not only limited to looking at gadget screens. Currently, the application that is close to achieving the Metaverse concept that the early Metaverse developers aspired to is the Roblox game. In the game, you can perform the exact same actions as your actions in the real world.
Last but not least, the fact is that Metaverse can also have an effect on the world of health, you know! By using augmented reality technology in Metaverse, healthcare can improve healthcare for people around the world.
For example, in eye exams, doctors and patients will be able to use tools and tools from Metaverse to make diagnosis easier.
Using this technology, the ophthalmologist can take a three-dimensional view of the patient’s eye and also use sensors to collect the patient’s vital signs.