Metaverse is all set to take over our lives and give virtual reality a new meaning. The space makes all the more sense more COVID-19 and social distancing norms. Moreover, Metaverse will allow us to interact through a fresh format and beyond traditional digital places like social media.
Disney Metaverse crossover
Disney had given us a hint back in 2020 about incorporating theme park metaverse. It was just a tiny idea back then, which has now been backed by US patents.
On December 28, Walt Disney Company received a patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office. It confirms their ownership towards creating “a virtual-world simulator in a real-world venue.”
The news is currently trending and has fans from all across the globe excited. People can now experience a virtual tour of Disney Parks and experience it like they are physically present there.
The simulator that Disney wishes to create will allow every interested visitor to get a detailed insight into the parks. Further, they will access it through a hardware processor, a configuration device, and tracking system.
How will Disney metaverse work?
Disney needs first to map out the environment of their park and what they wish to share with virtual participants. They will offer a real-world venue to make each interested visitor take a complete tour.
Do you think it is similar to augmented reality? Well, there is one significant difference that distinguishes this experience from AR.
The Disney metaverse environment will make enthusiasts go through a virtual space within a physical space.
Metaverse world domination
Alike Walt Disney World, many companies worldwide have started incorporating metaverse to enhance the consumer experience. Leaders of every industry are gradually using this tool for marketing, promoting, and growing their brands.
Isn’t it going to be amazing if Disney World vacation can be covered both physically and virtually? Well, it is highly exciting to anticipate how Disney on metaverse will work out.
There is much more in store in terms of acquiring patents and implementing the same throughout all parks. Thus, to all Disney fanatics who haven’t made it to the parks yet, this is the best news for you!