A fully replicated digital twin of Burj Khalifa in the Metaverse enables users to visit and experience 360-views of the city.
You can now visit the world’s tallest building in the Metaverse, a detailed digital twin of the Burj Khalifa. It is designed to provide users full experience; they can move around the building and experience 360-degree views of Dubai.
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This experience is launched by Eventcombo, which does not require headsets, gloves, or any other virtual reality hardware. It is easily accessible with a keyboard and a regular device.
The demonstration videos show virtual avatars walking around different areas of the building. Users can also go up the elevators and walk through the corridors before entering the viewing deck that offers replicated views of the city.
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Eventcombo mentions, “ While the pandemic forced the world into isolation, it also led to better development in the Metaverse. However, digital has become a new trend. Metaverse facilitates physical and real-world interactions in digital space for elevating experiences and bridging the real and virtual worlds.”