'Open B2BC Metaverse' by Sense:
Augment your life
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What is an 'Open B2BC Metaverse' ?
It is a Metaverse where businesses, groups and people (artists, techies, etc, etc) and their Avatars can find refuge
SenseVillage is the first known ‘open B2BC Metaverse’…in…well…the Universe… It will ‘only’ use mobiles and of course PC’s and workstations. ‘Tis simpler not to wear anything on your nose. Just waiting for wearables and immersive Metaverse, Zuck, don’t worry, we’ll knock on your doors too when you are ready.
SenseVillage will accept any business, group, person or other Metaverse, who share similar areas of interest. Warning: the SenseVillage MetaGuardian will reject anyone violating our Code of Conduct. And our high standards.
We want growth for SenseVillage and honest fun and publicity for you. If we stay small…well, you can still be proud to be in it with us ☺️
(Sense will charge nothing & will never compromise, sell, or in any way transfer your data, identity or navigation).
Digital Twin & Metaverse
We are Sense - immaterial Reality...
the key to the Metaverse of the future
- just like a growing city, it changes constantly on your mobiles and PC’s
- it has many activities, neighbourhoods, districts, links, kinks, QR’s, stories
- Sense home, but also your home (if you want it to be)
- it is open, multi-everything, fun, profound, clever, stupid, dull, lean & clean, overdecorated, modern, old, secret, connected….in two words…..just…..
... the story: SenseMetaverse will connect you via Immaterial, to find, admire, and maybe buy your favourites ...
Demat your creations and designs
Are you a creator or planner ?
Save time from design to product.
Are you a marketing or sales guru ?
Fewer samples, less travel.
How tech companies are betting on the Metaverse?
gaming has become a battleground
The $201bn gaming industry, twice the size of the film business, already attracts hundreds of millions of players. But as tech leaders vie to create the next iteration of the internet, gaming has become a battleground.
How gaming got so big, and whether it really can be the gateway into this new world. Or will regulation, integration, and plain old reality get in the way?
Financial Times is answering these questions in the film starring Manuel Bronstein (Roblox Chief Product Officer), Tim Bradshaw (Global Tech Correspondent Financial Times), and Phil Libin (MMHMM Founder) mentioning Gucci Garden, Balenciaga Unleashed and other innovative projects.