If you’ve been on social media for the past few months, you’ve heard of the Metaverse and Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). This unique Verse: Immersive NFT Exhibit is open in San Francisco until June and it’s here to take you on an immersive journey where the most fascinating digital art comes to life. The exhibition features a collection of augmented reality holograms of the top selling artists and artworks in this rapidly growing space.
Still wondering what the metaverse is? It’s a virtual reality space that you can step into and interact with other users and computer-generated environments around you. And Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are unique digital items (cannot be copied or replaced) like drawings, animated GIFs or even music.
When you walk into ‘Verse’, all you will see is an empty gallery. Do not be alarmed, the metaverse will only come to life when you wear your AR headset or use your smartphone or tablet. The exhibit features the most advanced and ergonomic holographic headset in the market, The Microsoft HoloLens 1 and 2.
Think silent disco but for holograms, where users share a comfortable common activation area but experience their own reality. Using scene lighting and in-lens holograms, any digital item can easily be anchored to a physical object and that is what makes the experience so immersive.