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Touchcast releases metaverse domain registration

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Touchcast today announced the launch of MCity, the world’s first enterprise metaverse. Where any company can seamlessly deliver powerful communication, collaboration, commerce, and learning experiences. Companies can now claim their address in the metaverse by registering their .metaverse domain.

MCity is a metaverse-as-a-service platform powered by Epic Games’ Unreal Engine, NVIDIA’s AI and Cloud GPUs, Accenture services, and the Microsoft Cloud (MaaS). MaaS allows businesses to register their metaverse domain for free, build up a secure metaverse campus. Moreover start delivering immersive experiences that connect people together beyond time, geography, and language boundaries.

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Touchcast also will be hosting the main Metaverse Summit this year at CES

This year at CES, Touchcast will host the main Metaverse Summit as a hybrid experience with more than 20 industry thought leaders. Including Andrew Wilson, Microsoft’s Chief Digital Officer, Richard Kerris, NVIDIA’s Vice President, Omniverse Platform Development IGM of M&E. And Bernt Kre Johannessen, Epic Games’ Industry Manager.

There are also several Accenture executives who share their metaverse journeys. And unique perspectives on helping their customers migrate to the metaverse.

The Metaverse Summit will be broadcast both in the digital twin of the Touchcast CES

During the Metaverse Summit, a 3-D hologram of the stage will accompany a digital replica of Touchcast’s CES booth in MCity. The Touchcast Metaverse Podium will make its world debut at CES. Marking the start of a new generation of metaverse gadgets.

“In a new digital universe, the metaverse will link enterprises, workers, partners, and customers,” Wilson added. “Seeing this world come to life is amazing. In addition Touchcast’s MCity is a perfect illustration of the metaverse coming to life using Microsoft Teams as the initial entrance.”

Touchcast has teamed with Accenture to help businesses get started on their metaverse journey. Accenture will be assisting its clients in taking advantage of the next wave of digital innovation.

Featuring 3D, photoreal environments that were, until recently, only available to high-end games and movies

Through cloud-based rendering on the Microsoft Azure Cloud powered by NVIDIA GPUs and Maxine software. MCity enables any of Microsoft Teams’ 250 million users to participate in a metaverse environment where they can meet, work, shop, and learn together.

MCity allows enterprises to transition current workflows into the metaverse to support a hybrid work reality without requiring VR headsets, high-end computers, or specialist software. In addition is currently accessible as an invite-only preview.

We need new paradigms and new tools to imagine a better way of doing things at a time when mankind needs to think differently about how it will do work in the future”. Said Edo Segal, founder and CEO of Touchcast. “For the past decade, we’ve been developing the technology for this shift. In addition in the last two years, we’ve hosted mission-critical events for the world’s largest corporations at MCity. It’s now time to let the rest of the world in.”

Michelle D. Madsen graduated from the University of Westminster and has been deeply involved in the world of finance ever since. She has worked as a Broadcast Journalist hosting various news shows and informative webcasts about the financial markets. Since 2004 she has also been writing for MetaNews daily, her attention to detail, and her in-depth knowledge of the financial markets have led her to cover Foreign Exchange and commodities. The world of finance has changed in the last few years with the introduction and rising popularity of cryptocurrencies and the Metaverse. She has in no means been left behind, adding this to her bank of intellect and is now also an expert in cryptocurrencies. For the last ten years, Ms. Madsen has been engaged in the financial market. She has notedly written a great number of incredibly informative reviews for the crypto, NFT and the Metaverse. Her wealth of knowledge has enabled her to become a leading expert in the field. She continues to inform the public writing up-to-date, thorough reviews for the readers of MetaNews as she has for the last decade.

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TLGT is an innovative NFT project

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Planet TLGT is an ecosystem that has been created for the welfare of both the natural world and its inhabitants. It includes a wide range of initiatives, such as NFT projects, Metaverse projects, IRL projects, plantation drives, DAO, and DeFi initiatives, amongst others, with the goal of generating money while also protecting the environment.

The Lucky Golden Trees are non-fungible tokens that are generated at random

These tokens are also known as “NFTs.” Owners are granted access to a variety of community perks, including additional FREE High value NFTs, rewards, and the ability to use Planet TLGT. There are 11111 TLGTs, and each one is totally different from the others. On the Polygon blockchain, TLGTs can be mined, held, and exchanged once they have been created.

There are 1111 reservations in all. Out of these, 300 will be reserved for the ever-growing squad, and the remaining 555 will be distributed as prizes. The remaining items will be sold off at private auctions. “Once it is available, holders will be able to acquire a TLGT NFT by going to the website, scrolling down to the minting section, and then clicking the “Mint Now” button.”

Planet TLGT has set itself the goal of providing its holders with a lifestyle that is secure, organic, and luxurious. The protection of one’s privacy, organic food for one’s health, and the opulence of one’s living standard.

“We are developing a TLGT Village with excellent standards of living at minimum expense using a novel concept called the Physical-Virtual Home, and TLGT-Fam will have lifetime free access to it.”

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Disney steps into the metaverse with project

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Bob Chapek revealed Walt Disney Co.‘s first new cruise ship in a decade. It was the first project he championed to the company’s board. Chapek became Disney’s CEO in February 2020 and earned a three-year contract extension on Tuesday after recent issues spurred questions about his stay.

Chapek informed attendees at the christening event that it took six years to build the 144,000-ton Wish. Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Ant-Man, Chewbacca, and other Disney characters made appearances. “We combine wonderful personalities and tales with incredible technology,” Chapek remarked.

Disney’s theme parks, experiences, and goods unit has rebounded from pandemic closures. First-half operating income was $4.2 billion, reversing a $535 million deficit a year earlier. Chapek said in November that Disney’s premium-priced cruises have yielded “a double-digit return on investment.”

The Wish “kicks off the largest expansion in Disney Cruise Line history,” said Disney’s parks division head Josh D’Amaro. By 2025, two more ships will arrive

The new ship sails as the industry tries to win back consumers. Moreover, the Cruise Lines International Association thinks it will be 2023 before passenger volume surpasses 2019’s 29.7 million.

D’Amaro said bookings indicate Disney’s cruise line will return to full capacity.”We’ll have seven of them filled out,” he added. “I’m positive.” In addition, ” People who join this ship spend three days at Walt Disney World.”

AquaMouse will be the Disney Wish’s first attraction at sea. Guests float through 760 feet (230 meters) of winding tubes while seeing Mickey and other animated shorts. Families may dine in “Frozen” and “Avengers” realms. Disney designed a “Solo: A Star Wars Story”-themed hyperspace lounge for adults.

The ship features a physical-digital interactive experience. A Disney Cruise Line software turns a phone into a virtual “spyglass” for viewing constellations and going on adventures.

The interactive game further Chapek’s metaverse ambitions. The executive recommends virtual activities to keep consumers linked to Disney characters and tales between movie releases and park visits. The Disney Wish departs Port Canaveral, Florida, on July 14.

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Slash holds metaverse VR concert

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Slash, the guitarist for Guns N’ Roses, has joined the metaverse in order to conduct a performance inside of virtual reality. Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators will be joining the company’s Magic Mirror Musical Metaverse as a result of a collaboration with Groove Science Studios, the creator of the virtual reality music platform Soundscape VR, which has been in operation for the longest amount of time.

The band will be debuting all 10 songs from Slash’s newest album, 4, during their performance at Live At Studios 60

Slash is quoted as saying, “I’m incredibly psyched about this fantastic VR version of our live performance at Studios 60.” “It’s a brand-new, immersive picture that creates a fantastic ‘in the room’ sense.”

Eric Alexander, the founder and creator of Soundscape VR, shared his thoughts on the matter, saying, “It’s a milestone for SVR to display famous artists like Slash.”

Artists all around the world are seeing SVR and Magic Mirror as the ultimate digital presentation of their work because it provides viewers with an experience that is completely unique and is built for the highest degrees of immersion. Soundscape maintains its position as the undisputed leader in the investigation and presentation of the world’s most cutting-edge musical metaverse technologies.

The augmented reality and virtual reality markets are now seeing explosive growth, which is projected to reach 209.2 billion dollars by the end of this year. The Magic Mirror is a platform provided by Soundscape VR that allows musicians to exhibit their work in a digital environment that is both immersive and rapidly expanding. This environment combines virtual reality, augmented reality, and the internet.

Guests visiting the virtual reality show will have the opportunity to personalize an avatar of themselves by selecting new cosmetic options, including new hairstyles, clothing, and other items.

Users can attend these special Magic Mirror performances by downloading SVR for free from Steam VR or Oculus Home, depending on which platform they choose.

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