Taiwan-based technology company HTC, which has lost its share in the smartphone market in recent years, introduced its future vision for the ‘metaverse’ platform Viverse. It was stated that the platform will host numerous opportunities to interact with other users.
Taiwanese technology company HTC, which has lost its share in the smartphone market especially in recent years, introduced its future vision for its ‘metaverse’ platform ‘Viverse’. It was stated that the platform will host numerous opportunities to interact with other users. The company pointed out that Viverse can create a future where the impossible is possible. It was also underlined that the ecosystem will share virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) equipment.
; HTC has released a YouTube video for the platform titled “Viverse — A Day in the metaverse with VR, AR, AI, 5G & NFTs” He also shared the video.
In the video, it was seen that Viverse will have many possibilities such as fitness with virtual reality equipment and virtual drink tasting events. The company also; He stated that the platform will also host art galleries where users can purchase digital artworks as NFT.
AFTER FACEBOOK, MANY COMPANIES PARTICIPATED IN THE ‘METAVERSE’ FAIR
On the other hand; social media giant Facebook has recently changed its name to ‘Meta’ to better reflect CEO Mark Zucberberg’s goal of transforming the company into a ‘metaverse’ company and its focus on creating realistic virtual worlds. The name change was announced by Zuckerberg at the company’s annual ‘Connect Conference’ on Dec. Within the scope of the amendment; While the name of the social network Facebook remained the same, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Oculus were gathered under a single company called ‘Meta’.
With Facebook’s name change, many technology giants and brands joined the ‘metaverse’ frenzy one after another. Finally, HTC was included among these companies.