Omniscape creator and CEO Robert Rice talks to Kurt Wuckert Jr. about the future of AR and VR on blockchain on the 10th episode of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream.
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Virtual reality, augmented reality and now experiential reality have been some of the most exciting and most heavily-funded emerging technologies in recent years.
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Robert Rice explores Xperiential Reality, the seamless blend of augmented reality and virtual reality—and the possibilities it could create and has created.
Omniscape wants XR Metaverse to combine AR and VR by using real-world elements like physical location, identity, commercial transactions and authentication with digital virtual environments.
Omniscape is a company that uses Bitcoin alongside augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) for spatial marketing and advertising.