Part 2: Road to the Multiverse

This is part of a regular series of thoughts writen by Citizen1@GeoBlocks.

The metaverse. Many things have been said about this. And with online game & streaming-native becoming such an economic force, it is one of the most exciting time to see a nascent market growing into a purposeful proposition to communities.

While no-one knows what the future will bring, it is safe to say that there will be many, many, many different types of metaverses. Today, most metaverse are organic iterations of games and simulators. However we see plenty of other iterations take form, in particular with our project GeoBlocks. Here our main aim is to serve the digital dimensions of the real world. These could take shapes in games, but also business software, augmented reality, real-time information and tools to distribute products & services differently. 

We therefore refer to the overall virtual worlds, as multiverse. Leveraging all aspects of real life, from social interactions, to HMI, augmented or virtual reality, the multiverse concept suggest various dimensions across which users can travel. 

To visit these multiple dimensions and to keep a grounding with our real earth, we propose a portal-map for the multiverse. Our vision is to offer augmented reality anywhere.

GeoBlocks in its first iteration will merge the digital twin with over 300k real-time data points to a powerful metacube grid and Web3 infrastructure.

The Digital Twin provides the vital information streams to power the community. This information can be related to infrastructure, opening times, but most importantly about real-time multi-modal mobility. 

The Metacube grid, replicates a 3×3 meter area, that can be combined to form virtual land plots: GeoBlocks. Each GeoBlock is a unique universe container, representing the gate to the multiverse. They can contain superficial visual information, real-time streams, and over time games, and more complex immersive worlds. They are however limitless in opportunities to customize, representing the freedom of Web3 ownership. 

Now that we’ve explained the Digital Twin and the GeoBlocks we will focus on the Web3 implementation of GeoBlocks in the next edition of the Road to the Multiverse.




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