The metaverse has focused on fun and cool new ways to interact, but Rice, through Omniscape, is monetizing the experience through product placement and more.
CoinGeek’s Chief Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. visits Las Vegas, Nevada, for the CES Tech 2022—a major tech event with some major BSV players in attendance.
The watchdog warned about the various scams in the metaverse, including illegal fundraising for pump-and-dump tokens and overhyped virtual real estate.
The fast food giant has applied for ten metaverse patents, focused on a virtual restaurant that will feature virtual and actual goods and deliver to the customer’s home.
XR platform Omniscape allows users to monetize digital real estate, meaning they can buy a location in the metaverse and earn revenue from paid augmented reality content and advertising.
Walmart filed the patent applications on December 30, exploring the development and sale of virtual goods, along with potentially offering its own virtual currency, as well as diving into NFTs.
Robert Rice, CEO and founder of Transmira, recently joined CoinGeek Backstage to discuss the company’s latest developments towards creating an experiential reality (XR) world.
TicketMint announces its first strategic partners enabling virtual event marketing. digital asset merchandising, immersive Metaverse worlds.
CoinGeek TV is back, this time catching up with Ayre Group founder Calvin Ayre and Transmira founder Robert Rice to talk about the latest developments in the Bitcoin SV space.
Robert Rice joined CoinGeek’s Patrick Thompson to talk about the bold new world of the Metaverse and what Transmira’s been up to, and debuted a 3D scanner.
Transmira is spearheading development of the Metaverse, in which the reality of the physical world meets the infinite space of digital gaming. Transmira’s Omniscape™ platform brings location to life.