Metaverse is a virtual reproduction of Terminal 2 at Bangalore International Airport. It was launched on November 11 by the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Metaverse enables users to network with other travelers, enjoy entertainment, and shop in a digital arena.
On November 12, Arpit Sharma, who serves as the vice president of companies for Polygon, published a video that demonstrated how MetaPort functions.
A user can be seen in the video logging into Metaverse Airport, customizing the appearance as well as the clothing of their avatar, and then walking around in virtual environment.
Before the user is forced to leave the metaverse due to a boarding call, the avatar participates in text-based chat with numerous other users, goes on an art tour, and has the chance to purchase digital items.
The project is a cooperation between Bangalore International Airport, Polygon, Intel, and Amazon Web Services. Its creators refer to it as the world’s first metaverse airport. Bangalore International Airport is located in Bangalore, India.
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