How to Create Metaverse?
Meta (Facebook), Google, Microsoft, Apple, Sony, Tencent, and other technological giants claim that the modern internet will soon become outdated. Metaverses will come to replace the internet. These are virtual spaces where people can work, study, watch series, do sports, play, buy, sell goods, date people, and do many other daily routines. These companies start developing their metaverses to get a monopoly on the internet.
This article will tell you what metaverses are, how the users will see them, and what technologies are its ground. Moreover, we will advise you on choosing a development team to develop your metaverse or specific elements that can be integrated into other metaverses.
We can see the same concepts in other works. For example, William Gibson wrote Burning Chrome in 1982. It is not his most well-known work, yet here he has described virtual reality for the first time. In two years, it became the most significant part of the Neuromancer from the Sprawl trilogy. It became a prototype for Stephenson's metaverse and many other works like Ghost in the Shell (1991), The Matrix (1999), or Ready Player One (2018).
Creating cyberspace describes the goal of Meta (Facebook), Google, and other corporations, since virtual reality in Gibson’s cyberspace is equally the same part of real-life as the internet is for us. Stephenson's Metaverse is slang for a virtual game that imitates fantasy reality.
The New Internet offers you everything you can imagine. You can play games, watch movies, work, create, buy, communicate with friends and family, and many other things that we can not do because of the borders of smartphones and computers. But with virtual or augmented reality, all these will be possible.
The metaverse will probably use several vital principles to function. A venture investor and writer, Matthew Boll, gave an explicit description to them. He says that a metaverse is a network of permanent, real-time visualized three-dimensional worlds and simulations that can maintain continuity of identity and objects. For it to function, the metaverse employs seven ground principles.
In a perfect metaverse, people will own their avatars and virtual property, which must be protected by law. If a user wants to pass his property (experience and content) on the legacy, they will do it as in the real world. Avatars can probably be given to if these are game characters.
Mark Zuckerberg has probably made the most assertive announcement about the intention of developing his metaverse. According to Google Trends, this was a hype topic after the conference. To prove his intentions, Facebook changed the company's brand name to Meta. Yet, many companies before developed their metaverses or planned to do it shortly. Here are some companies that build their metaverse:
NFT technologies. It is one of the critical elements of a metaverse since this technology provides the authenticity of an avatar and the metaverse’s objects. NFTs, help your avatars keep their appearance (face, body, clothes), contacts, history, experience, and content when transferring from one metaverse to another. For example, from Fortnite to Call of Duty.
Only the fifth-generation network, 5G, will be able to provide the necessary data transfer speed, the download, and upload speed of which is an order of magnitude higher than that of 4G - 10 GB/s versus 100 MB/s. In addition, 5G technology can handle millions of simultaneous data streams with a limited time of action.
A metaverse is no longer a dream of fiction writers. As with the smartphones that have made us more mobile, each of us will sooner or later become more virtual and find our virtual selves in one or more meta worlds. If your business is tightly connected to the internet, content, learning, selling, and video games, you will need to have a metaverse or at least a tiny part that can be integrated into another meta world. Think of it now, until it is not too late!