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Meta Announces New Campaign That Showcases The True Potential Of The Metaverse

By now, we’re sure you are well aware of the Metaverse. No matter how fuzzy or clear the concept may be in your mind, one thing is for sure - it definitely exists.

Today, Meta launched an interesting campaign in Europe that showcases the absolute potential of the platform and what types of social and economic effects the metaverse will have soon.

Yes, it’s virtual but Meta is very keen to announce that the impact it produces will be very real. And that’s why it’s putting painstaking efforts to make sure the real world can truly benefit from the launch.

Many of us are only beginning to imagine what could be in store. But Meta wants to turn our thoughts into reality with a brief guide on how they can affect you and those you’re surrounded with.


Some examples have been very unique. Think along the lines of a surgeon practicing surgery virtually or a student studying history by making a virtual trip to Italy. Yes, that’s how creative and interesting things can get through the metaverse and the company wants the real world to wake up and understand its true potential.

Meta has similarly shed light on how the project wouldn’t be possible today if only a single company was behind it. Today, it’s under the ownership of several different policymakers and specialists in the industry. This combined with help from experts has really brought together a great venture that Meta stands close by.

Meta claims the platform can really change the way people communicate, connect, and make a living. Be it firms or creators, everyone can benefit from what’s at stake to create the best social experience that’s prevalent today.



This new campaign is all set for release in several different European nations and it’s been labeled, ‘The Impact Will Be Real’. Meta says that all it takes is a single glance to realize what benefits are at stake.

There’s 3D learning where subjects like history, art, and architecture got a lot more interesting. Things that can’t be taught on simple chalkboards will be done through virtual screens. And when you bring life to studies, it just gets absorbed so much more.

Meta has emphasized the great number of possibilities available for those hailing from the healthcare profession. Training first responders to tackle situations virtually instead of making them jump into dangerous situations immediately can really go a long way, the company adds.

The parent firm of Facebook has dived deep into making people realize that there could be a huge impact on the digital economy too. A recent white paper made by the firm has estimated that the metaverse’s adoption grew in the European continent, similar to how mobile technology grew in a similar manner. And if that does happen, we could well be witnessing a growth of nearly $440 billion in GDP after nearly 10 years.

Meta knows that it’s still early to be discussing all of this because this project is for the future. But by beginning conversations early, it really hopes people realize the potential and become more open to change.

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