Latest Posts

Unity CEO Predicts Websites Will Mutate to Metaverse Destinations Before 2030

- Advertisement -


John Riccitello, CEO of Unity, one of the leading providers of real-time 3D engines, has predicted that the Internet will become part of the Metaverse in the next few years. The executive predicted that most websites would become metaverse destinations and that this change would be largely complete by 2030. However, according to Riccitello, there will still be legacy sites at the time.

Unity CEO says the future of the Internet will be based on virtual reality

- Advertisement -

Now several companies are interested in how the metaverse can become part of our lives in the near future. Unity, a company that specializes in providing real-time 3D solutions, predicts that by 2030 the majority of the Internet will be based on the metaverse. John Riccitello, CEO of the company, stated that 2D sites would mutate into metaverse destinations and that they would be interconnected. The Director General made a statement during keynote address at AWE, an augmented reality event, last week.

- Advertisement -

According to the forecast, among the web destinations there will be essentially three kinds. First, sites that will be fully integrated into the metaverse and defined as “places where you could live and inhabit.” The second type will combine real locations with advanced features, and the other class of sites will simply be a “small layer on top of today’s world”, complementing it.

- Advertisement -

These metaverses will be fully enjoyed with the right hardware, but will also have to adapt to other, less powerful hardware like PCs and mobile phones.

Real-time 3D experience and the metaverse

Unity’s CEO also commented on the importance of real-time characterization in these metaverses, meaning that every interaction with these worlds happens for the first time, unlike in movies where the interactions are always the same.

This is where real-time engine vendors come into play, providing developers with the tools to create and enhance such metaverse experiences. In an interview with Ricciello declared that more than 50% of the real-time 3D applications on the market are built using Unity products. Recent company acquisitions, including Ziva Dynamics and Weta Digital acquisitionsaim to further improve the company’s technology to provide more real-time immersion in their products.

Unity isn’t the only real-time engine company interested in the metaverse. Its direct competitor, Unreal Engine 5, developed by Epic Games, is also challengerwith the goal of providing high quality worlds and interactions for metaverse applications.

What do you think of the Unity CEO’s vision for the future of the metaverse? Tell us in the comments section below.

Denial of responsibilityA: This article is for informational purposes only. This is not a direct offer or solicitation to buy or sell, nor is it a recommendation or endorsement of any products, services or companies. Bitcoin.com does not provide investment, tax, legal or accounting advice. Neither the company nor the author is directly or indirectly liable for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by the use of or reliance on any content, goods or services mentioned in this article.



Credit : news.bitcoin.com

- Advertisement -

Latest Posts

Don't Miss