Some take the “metaverse” very seriously, while others see it as an ineffective element. The real thing is that if our lives are somehow moved to this virtual world, our office life will change completely…
The term metaverse was coined 30 years ago by author Neal Stephenson . Perhaps the most daring step to turn this fiction into reality came in December 2021, when Facebook changed the name of its umbrella company to Meta. One by one, companies bought “plots” from the metaverse universe , sports brands like Nike began designing and selling virtual sneakers. With the pandemic that has radically changed our lives, the traditional office layout has taken a major hit.
We are currently moving away from the 9-to-5 work schedule and the traditional office concept. Meetings have become virtual, working life continues in a hybrid way. Analysis in BBC TurkishAccording to his view, it will probably take many years before the daily commute becomes a (virtual) reality in the future. Herman Narula , CEO of Improbable, which produces software for the Metaverse, and author of the book Virtual Society , does not find Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg ‘s vision of the metaverse convincing.
A study by Stanford University found that 2 billion individual body movement recordings were created in 20 minutes spent in virtual reality. This means a new stream of rich data for companies. Alex Rice , co-founder of online security company HackerOne, says companies “metaverse“
He says that he has to spend a lot of time on design, even before opening it up to his employees. “Think of innocent frivolous conversations in offices. The realization of these conversations in the constantly monitored metaverse certainly has profound consequences ,” Rice says . becomes part of it.” Tom Ffiske , editor of the tech newsletter Immersive Wire, thinks there’s too much reason to think we’re going to work on the metaverse. ffiske,
“There are still challenges ahead of the metaverse debate, its definition is still problematic and controversial. It’s really hard to say whether we’re going to work in the metaverse universe in the future while the definition of the term is still incomplete and controversial,” he says.
While no one has been able to say anything concrete about what the metaverse is yet, there are stable predictions that the market cap will be quite high. According to McKinsey, the market value of the metaverse will reach $5 trillion in 203.
Similarly, consulting firm Gartner predicts that by 2026 at least a quarter of the world’s population will spend at least one hour a day in the metaverse universe. Matthew Ball
, principal analyst at Canalys research firmdoes not agree with these predictions. Ball thinks metaverse projects will be completely closed by 2025.
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