Metaverse Event Held in Sichuan Tianfu New Area


Representatives of domestic and foreign enterprises, associations and ministries, as well as experts and scholars, were invited to the conference to share ideas on the future development of the metaverse, display technology and products related to the metaverse , and promote the development of the metaverse industry.

The conference was held both online and offline and presented a new vision of the digital, virtual, interactive and immersive metaverse.

Using digital twin technology, organizers replicated a meeting room at the Tianfu International Convention Center in a virtual location, providing an immersive experience of an online conference.

The event also consisted of an online exhibition space to showcase new technologies, new products and new applications from 19 metaverse-focused companies.

Online participants are allowed to choose their own avatar and appear anywhere on the site at any time to participate in multiple activities such as speeches and exhibits.

During the conference, 12 metaverse research institutes were officially established under the Tianfu Metaverse Industry Association to encourage scientists, entrepreneurs and artists to explore the metaverse ecosystem and promote the implementation metaverse in society.

The institutes will focus on areas such as congresses and exhibitions, artificial intelligence, robotics, digital art, network security and smart life.

To further stimulate the development of the metaverse industry, an opportunity list was released at the conference, introducing a batch of new projects to the metaverse industry with a total investment of 1 billion yuan ($150.2 million).

Officials said the projects will help explore how to use the metaverse and promote the transformation and upgrading of the real economy, turning the Tianfu New Area into a national pioneer of the metaverse.

SOURCE Sichuan Tianfu New Area

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