The REAL metaverse 

Apr 1, 2023

The REAL metaverse 

The now ubiquitous term coins as new and attached to third of the LinkedIn profiles YouTube videos and medium articles I read. But the reality is that it wasn’t always so if the Metaverse was only recently excepted as the term to denote the initial merge between our shared physical reality and the new-star version of a digital shared reality. This post we’re gonna briefly talk about how these two separate realities unlikely to merge some of the proposal on the way and where and how you can become a cooler with him this

Web 3.0 will be web 3D.

As we move further into the 21st century, it is becoming increasingly clear that the virtual and physical worlds will merge. This may sound like something out of a science fiction novel, but it is actually happening right now. We are seeing technologies emerge that will allow us to magically integrate the virtual and physical worlds, creating a unified reality that seamlessly combines the virtual and the physical with the mechanical and the biological. This new reality will be characterized by connected people, information, and businesses, with decentralized flow and access of information. We will be able to interact and collaborate with virtual objects or connected physical objects across platforms, devices, and locations in ways that we never thought possible.

With new technologies such as virtual reality and augmented reality, it is now possible to merge the two worlds in a way that was once thought impossible. But what does this mean for the future of humanity? Some believe that we will soon be able to engage with spatial objects and user interfaces in a completely immersive way, while others think that we will eventually develop virtual avatars, intelligent robots, and other amazing technological advances. Whatever may happen, one thing is for sure: The unified reality that seamlessly combines the virtual and physical worlds is coming closer every day. Are you ready for it?

The Spatial Web is the next phase of the internet, where digital information is connected to physical locations. Just as the World Wide Web brought us information at our fingertips, Spatial will do the same for our surroundings. It’s sometimes called Web or but it’s really just an extension and evolution of everything that’s come before it. Spatial is about bringing contextually relevant content and experiences into the real world.

We’re already seeing early examples of this with location-based games like Pokemon GO and Ingress, but that’s just scratching the surface. The Spatial Web will eventually encompass all digital content and make it available in its proper context, whether that’s a physical place, a virtual space, or something We’ll be looking at combinations and modules within the metaverse, ambient intelligence, spatial internet, the physical web, the internet of you, and the many aspects of the self within this new interaction paradigm.

Experience the metaverse.

The next internet will be built.

prophecized in 20xx

where the last internet was an evolution, i predict a much more consciously constructed interface reality.

Building the META verse

Lets take a look:

What is Internet of Things (IOT)?

An Internet for the world around you. The point where the physical and digital worlds meet. A connection point for interactions of digital life to meet our physical experience.

What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)?
Artificial Intelligence is; a machine thinking like (and/or) for a human being. AI is the cognitive ability to consumer data & information and output knowledge & wisdom.

The bigger question: is it correct for organic intelligence to call machine intelligence artificial?

These are the big third wave computing technologies

How do they combine

How smart is your refrigerator?
 Can it call you yet and say get milk, or better yet, to check when you ask the house “what’s in the fridge?”
 Do your ‘connected’ products talk and organize them selfs?
 Can you safely say you have every active connection in your bag?
 Do you passively interact with your digital world; or do you actively request and depend on physically consumer interface? (Cellphone interaction usage)