Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and other types of visual reality have a big part to play in the tech revolution of the future. One of the most important issues nagging the development of VR technology is the lack of a dedicated platform for its content that rewards the content creators.
SEOUL, South Korea, March 14, 2018 / Mossland is a new location-based augmented reality mobile game with a focus on real estate powered by blockchain. By playing the game users can navigate through cities, check-in in different locations and become virtual owners of various landmarks. The game uses Ethereum-based cryptocurrency Moss Coin to facilitate all sales and purchases of in-game properties.
Nothing trumps the ability to engage an object from any side, or to the feeling of connecting from all sides. Augmented Reality is rapidly becoming a staple of both the educational and entertainment industries.
Leading Augmented Reality tech firm CryptoHunt has released new details of their upcoming location-based game “CryptoHunt”, which is scheduled to hit the streets with a demo release opening this month.
Recently experts in mixed reality and blockchain got together in New York to discuss the future of merging technologies at the BlockchainMix conference, initiated by Arcona, a project seeking to create a layer of AR all over the Earth’s surface. So, how can blockchain help the VR and AR industries?
BlockchainMix - a hybrid of blockchain, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) - appeared as a term in late 2017 at a conference in New York initiated by Arcona, a new project seeking to shape reality around the globe. Many signals suggest that 2018 could be the best year yet for this new trend, with the travel industry at the forefront of these emerging technologies.
In December anyone can become a landowner in the emerging virtual world. Arcona, a project providing a link between a layer of augmented reality (AR) and landmarks on the Earth’s surface, have started a pre-sale of tokens. With these tokens users can buy pieces of Digital Land. How will this work?
Sweet Angel Eva, an augmented reality (AR) character designed for children, recently got promoted to lead Arcona, a new project that will enable developers to deposit virtual objects anywhere in the world. Her responsibilities include dealing with investors and the crypto community, as well as representing Arcona at a variety of virtual events.