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Meta focuses on its Project Cambria headset

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The Project Cambria design appears to be a little lighter and more elegant than the Oculus Quest 2, which is impressive given that we know there’s a lot more fancy stuff inside.

Experts expected a release for next year, when Mark Zuckerberg revealed in 2021 that Meta (formerly Facebook) was developing on a new virtual reality headgear dubbed Project Cambria. The leaks should start flowing in this year, with the headset launching in less than eight months.

Brad Lynch, a prognosticator who previously predicted Cambria’s MiniLED displays, says he has discovered the final design through his supply chain contacts; Such lightness is likely feasible because to “crepe optics,” a method of “folding the light numerous times to generate a smaller profile than current lenses,” as described by Meta’s Angela Chang.

This means that more functionality can be added without adding to the overall size of the system. These characteristics are currently unknown, although we do have some information. It will include sensors sensitive enough to detect facial emotions, as well as capability for “high-resolution colorful mixed reality,” according to Chang.

At the present, it’s unclear what this Project Cambria headset, also known as the Oculus Quest Pro in some circles, is aiming at. Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, gave an example of how this transmission technology could be used in the business world.

“For example, you could write on paper at your desk without taking off the headset, and we know that his long-term Metaverse vision is rather business-oriented.” While the headgear will be able to read Oculus Quest 2 content, according to Zuckerberg, it “is not the next Quest.”

If it’s a consumer-facing product, we’ll find out soon enough: the Meta Quest Gaming Showcase is on Wednesday, and it’ll be a perfect chance to show off new gear as well as the inevitable swarm of VR titles for current-generation headsets. The gaming showcase begins at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT, and it will be broadcast on Meta’s own Facebook platform as well as competitors such as YouTube and Twitch.

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Planet of Cyborgs disrupts the NFT world

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Planet of Cyborgs is a dystopian-themed collection of junkyard cyborgs made from the ruins of human civilization on a barren planet. PoC, which combines 3D and clipart elements, gives off a cyberpunk vibe while employing a completely unique plot.

The artwork began with hand-drawn sketches of the Base Model, and then progressed to vector-based software to contour the core traits. These core traits were then utilized to create the project’s Elite and Vizier cyborgs.

“We used Adobe Creative Suite to accessorize the original 22 cyborgs, making them the first to have any of the traits later used in the code-generated cyborgs. Each of the 6,622 pieces on display has a completely unique cyborg tag that identifies the traits used in the character’s composition as well as their shade.”

On the project’s various social media platforms, an announcement will be made when it is time to make the Planet of Cyborgs Collection available to the general public

“HAZ Base Model is the Machine’s magnum opus and the start of a new civilization whose power has depleted the stars and conquered space. Base inherited the creator’s full power and was given the task of creating others like himself and conquering worlds that could become a new home for cyborgs. The Base Model exists in each of its subjects’ minds and employs their unique abilities to further their ultimate goal. His Viziers and the Elite alike respect him as the leader of cyborgs.”

The team’s goal is to design the perfect interactive environment that holders can immerse themselves in and use to accumulate additional crypto assets in the future. They also have exciting plans to create an animated Cyborgs in Motion collection at some point in the future. Owners of Cyborg will be entitled to a pre-sale and special discounts on additional NFTs, in addition to receiving a complimentary additional NFT.

The winning bid for the team’s favorite autographed Cyborg “Harajuku” will be donated to the charity of the community members’ choice. Users seeking additional information can obtain it by joining the company’s accounts on Discord, Instagram, and Twitter.

Twitter: twitter.com/PoC_NFT

Discord: discord.com/invite/ZxqFwCVgXp

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com

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Hype Partners unveils a new metaverse studio

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Hype Partners, a Web3 super agency, today announced the launch of its Metaverse Studio and named Enara Nazarova as the Studio’s VP of Metaverse (VPM). Brands in luxury, apparel, music, and sports have all expressed interest in creating engaging web3 experiences as a result of the recent NFT boom.

The Studio will assist legacy and emerging brands in these industries, as well as others, in creating resilient communities and launching successful metaverse-native projects

Enara comes to Hype with a diverse background in marketing, having led initiatives in fashion, media, and education. She has been working on fusing culture and emerging technology since 2016 and advocating for diverse talent representation in the tech industry. Enara will lead the company’s Metaverse partnerships as well as work on developing a suite of next-generation digital experiences at Hype as VPM.

Enara is the founder of ARMOAR, the host of the leading digital fashion community DIFA Club, and an international keynote speaker specializing in the future of metaverse-native brands and virtual self-expression. She was recently named one of ReadWrite’s Top 30 Voices in the Metaverse.

“Hype has worked with over 150 ambitious web3 organizations since 2017, and we’ve cemented ourselves as industry experts,” says Jake Stott, CEO of Hype Partners. Enara is an expert at navigating these transitions as hype evolves to meet the needs of brands entering the web3 space.

“A common mistake we see brands of all sizes make is putting too much emphasis on launching NFTs and products that ignore their community. The Metaverse Studio aims to address this issue by hosting events and publishing research reports, in addition to our agency consulting services, which assist brands in developing effective metaverse and web3 strategies.”

“Together, the metaverse and web3 are the backbone of the internet of the future,” says Enara Nazarova, VP of Metaverse at Hype Partners. The use of in-game products, tokens, and authenticated virtual assets in branded virtual social experiments has exploded, and this trend is expected to continue. Hype is uniquely positioned to assist brands in defining their narrative in the emerging metaverse as a community-focused agency.”

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Microsoft teams with Kawasaki for the metaverse

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Microsoft made the announcement that Kawasaki had become its new customer on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. As both giants had recently expanded their businesses to include the metaverse industry, their upcoming collaboration has all the makings to be fruitful.

Augmented reality is created by superimposing computer-generated imagery over a live view of the physical world, and HoloLens was the first product of its kind to be commercially available in 2016

In the context of Microsoft’s industrial metaverse, this entails bringing together a number of the company’s technologies, such as cloud computing, to assist factory workers and managers in constructing products in a manner that is both quicker and more effective.

The goal is to develop what Microsoft refers to as a “digital twin” of the workspace, which can facilitate the acceleration of processes such as the initiation of new production lines and the completion of repairs.

HoloLens can be used to chat with workers on site and guide them through the repair process with visual cues from augmented reality. For instance, instead of calling a repair person to come to the factory to fix a broken part, this can be accomplished by guiding workers through the process themselves with the help of HoloLens.

It also gives managers the ability to use this technology to increase new production if it is required, which is something that Microsoft offers as a solution to problems with supply chains.

As a manufacturing partner, Kawasaki joins the likes of Heinz, who just recently announced that they would be using Microsoft’s industrial metaverse in a soy sauce factory, as well as Boeing. In spite of the fact that it may appear to be a joke, it is something that customers of Microsoft are requesting as excitement grows about the concept of the metaverse.

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