Today for generation z and generation alpha, their virtual spaces and avatars are as real as real life itself. For them, there’s not much difference between attending a concert on Fortnite or attending it in a physical stadium. More so, the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of the metaverse at all levels and at an unprecedented speed.
But in this massively scaled network that is made up of billions of users interacting at all fronts, communication becomes of critical importance and localization would be key.
From entertainment to edutainment, gaming to conferencing, leather wallets to digital wallets, technology has not only advanced us a civilization but it has also bridged the gap between reality and virtuality. Localizing the metaverse starts by localizing ideas. And that is what we do.
In our latest podcast below we take a look at the future, and how the metaverse and the web 3.0 are set to change the way we experience life and connect with each other. For the millennials it would be a difficult transition into this new virtual world but for the younger generations, they were born into it. Also we look at localization as an important and critical role in making the metaverse a friendlier place to navigate. We invite to listen to our podcast on Spotify or watch it on Youtube.