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metaverse

(ˈmɛtəˌvɜːs)
n
1. (Computer Science) a 3D virtual world, esp in an online role-playing game
2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) the universe as portrayed in a given work of fiction
[C20: from meta- + (uni)verse]
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Thursday Next, that is, the heroine of Jasper Fforde's series of comic mystery thrillers set in a metaverse of books and stories.
I'm a big believer in a metaverse future where the volumetric world mixed with something like Xbox Live with AI [artificial intelligence] components around you, avatars and some of them real world - that's what we're really talking about," Spencer told Time.
Innovative web & mobile business strategy, Agile solution development, Rich design, Protrude marketing ideas, Product lifecycle management, thats the product and solution metaverse they are creating.
The ten chapters establish parameters for studying Psychecology and the correlated metaverse, media-sphere, and collective mediated dreamscape, and justify the concept that the metaverse is energetically correlated with the Psychecology and dream structure according to Carl Jung.
com)-- Metaverse Mod Squad, the global leader in managed digital engagement services, announced today the company has been honored as the 2015 winner of the Silver Stevie[R] Award for the "Company of the Year" category in The 13th Annual American Business Awards.
Friends without a headset can still be a part of the conversation by using mono mode,a 2D window into the vTime metaverse.
Amid this anarcho-capitalism, Hiro Protagonist, a hacker, a pizza delivery boy, a stringer for the privatized CIA, and, in the Metaverse (a world that can be accessed through any computer) a samurai swordfighter, gets wind of a drug called Snow Crash that travels both biologically and informationally.
Metaverse Mod Squad will employ those with technical and marketing experience as well as new graduates in its Derry base.
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As its chief futurist, Magic Leap has hired the science fiction author Neal Stephenson, whose 1992 novel Snow Crash imagined a virtual world called the Metaverse.
III Your otherworldly grounding of that boat From Spiritus Mundi or the Metaverse, Its anchor altar-caught, but still afloat In its own dimension but shored to ours Might have shape-shifted were I the witness To the this-worldly hull of a coffin ship, My father's father's father's out of Cobh-- Famine ballast, steerage matter, human scrap, Placeless in their passage from a centered place.
Opening the Metaverse, Online Worlds: Convergence of the Real and the Virtual, 1a edicion, Editorial Springer-Verlag Human Computer Interaction Series, pp 111-122, Londres, Inglaterra, (2010)