Metaverse’s latest developments are made possible thanks to technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), AR, VR, 3D modeling, and spatial and edge computing.
The combination of artificial intelligence and Metaverse technology ensures the stability of the Metaverse infrastructure, while also providing actionable information to the upper layers. NVIDIA technology is a great example of how artificial intelligence will play a key role in developing digital spaces where social interactions will take place in the Metaverse.
Internet of Things
While IoT will allow Metaverse to learn and interact with the real world, it will also serve as a 3D user interface for IoT devices, providing a more personalized IoT experience. Both Metaverse and IoT will help organizations make data-driven judgments with minimal mental effort.
Augmented and Virtual Reality
Metaverse’s philosophy combines technologies such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and virtual reality to allow users to enter a virtual world. For example, augmented reality technology can be used to embed virtual items into the actual environment. Likewise, VR can help you immerse yourself in a 3D virtual environment or use 3D computer modeling for 3D reconstruction.
While Metaverse doesn’t require wearing virtual reality headsets or other gear, experts believe VR will become an important part of virtual environments. However, it is important to note that Metaverse is different from AR and VR. If you’re wondering how to enter the Metaverse, the answer is that augmented and virtual reality technology is a way to enter the dynamic 3D digital world.
3D modeling is a computer graphics method for creating a 3D digital representation of any surface or object. Metaverse’s 3D reality is critical to ensuring consumer comfort.
Creating a 3D world requires extensive image collection and graphic design.This 3D graphics in most games, such as The Sandbox (sand) provides the player’s impression of what is actually in the game. Metaverse needs to be built on the same foundation.
Spatial and Edge Computing
The practice of using physical space as a computer interface is called spatial computing. With technologies like HoloLens, Microsoft is a pioneer in spatial computing in the Metaverse. In contrast, edge computing is a network-based cloud computing and service delivery paradigm. Edge provides computing, storage, data and application solutions such as cloud computing services to end users.
In order to provide an experience on the same level as reality, it is crucial to keep users interested and immersed in the Metaverse. In view of this, the response time to user actions should basically be reduced below the level detectable by humans. Edge computing provides fast response times by hosting a range and combination of computing resources and communication infrastructure near users.