1. Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality Worlds
Today’s technology allows us to combine the real and virtual worlds through augmented reality. Developer Cyril Diagne demonstrates how AR can be the perfect tool to quickly grab visuals from the real world and paste them into digital documents. Just point your phone at what you want to copy, and drag it over to your desktop. This is only a research prototype right now, but a few companies are already working on similar software.
Virtual concerts have brought to life a new world for an artist to engage with fans. Fortnite celebrated its new Party Royale mode with a surprise in-game performance from Diplo, who performed his Major Lazer set live. The new mode promises “a new experimental and evolving space” for players to hang out, play minigames, or watch live concerts by musical artists.
We have seen several platforms develop for businesses that have also turned to virtual events as a solution during this time. ARHT Media Inc., a leader in holographic telepresence technology, launched a Virtual Global Stage, an online experience that beams in people from around the world onto one digital stage.
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