"I think this was a wonderfully diverse and cantankerous group," said Corey Bridges, co-founder of the Multiverse Network, of the several dozen attendees of the Metaverse Roadmap Summit. "I was a little worried that we might get a bunch of starry-eyed people who weren't grounded...(But) we have all learned to temper our enthusiasm with our level-headedness and that is serving us well."
The event, which was held last Friday and Saturday in Palo Alto, Calif., drew top thinkers in video game design, geospatial engineering, high-tech research, software development, social networking, telecommunications and other fields. The conference gave people a chance to discuss how the "metaverse," an Internet dominated by 3D technology, social spaces and economies, might evolve.
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