– Immersive technology trends revolutionizing how we work and live
London, December 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), a leading Fortune 500 global technology services company, has revealed five ways it predicts the Metaverse will impact lives and businesses in the next five years.
1. Collaborating in the workplace like never before
Around the world, the Metaverse will become part of the daily work of more and more employees. Instead of staring at her two-dimensional grid of faces on the video conferencing screen, colleagues can choose their seats at the virtual table, pop out of the room to take a break, or even go on a virtual walk with their boss. .
To maximize their benefits, many companies are already combining traditional video conferencing with immersive collaboration technology. DXC has noticed the positive impact of its own private virtual world, with increased levels of employee productivity, engagement, and creativity.
Nathalie Vancluysen, Head of Extended Reality at DXC Technology, said:
2. Large professional events go virtual
The Metaverse is a place where thousands of avatars from all over the world can gather, mingle, meet and mingle. Controlled by people from the comfort of their chosen location, personalized 3D avatars can roam freely in near-infinite space and teleport from one place to another in an instant. In the future, large-scale events such as conferences, expos and summits will be held in virtual worlds, expanding opportunities for global collaboration and reducing travel time, resources and carbon footprint. Reduced.
3. Bands, DJs, Sports Clubs, and Dates Move to the Metaverse
Individuals and organizations in the music and sports industries are bringing the excitement of concerts and matches to their private homes and encouraging fans to join them from their virtual seats in virtual venues. Additionally, some dating apps such as Nevermet and Flirtual already offer their services in the Metaverse. Over the next five years, consumers will be offered more interactive and immersive opportunities to do what they love in the physical world via digital avatars.
4. Brands express themselves in new ways
Virtual customer experiences will become commonplace for brands looking for new and exciting ways to engage with their customers.major retail brands such as Louis Vuitton, Adidas, Gucci, Cork, Nike, and car companies such as Nissan, Toyota, and Ferrari are already experimenting with virtual environments and augmented reality. Over the next five years, DXC expects more and more brands to offer their customers the opportunity to explore their brands, solutions and services in 3D, from hotels to cities to airports.
5. Hiring and onboarding will be transformed
Recruiting talent is critical to the success of any business, and reaching talent is the first step. Over the next five years, organizations will increasingly look to the metaverse to connect with candidates in engaging and engaging ways. The metaverse is also good for inclusivity. Hosting first-line interviews on the Metaverse allows recruiters to identify candidates with the right behavioral profile, not just those with the right resume credentials and appearance.
“Individuals and businesses are open to the possibility of using the Metaverse in their day-to-day activities,” summarizes Nathalie Vancluysen. “Many of today’s young people grew up socializing and playing games online, so businesses, government agencies and brands must be able to attract them to products and services that are both familiar and exciting.”
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