The Walt Disney Company patents Metaverse technology | 2022

The Walt Disney Company patents Metaverse technology “virtual-world simulator” for theme parks in December 2021. The technology would project 3D pictures and virtual impacts onto actual spaces, as per the US Patent Office. Rather than being intended for mass amusement, the gadget would follow individual park visitors to customize the projections. For instance, while one family might see Mickey Mouse welcoming them by a wiener stand, another gathering could connect with Harry Potter while snatching a cup of Butterbeer.

The innovation lines up with the brand’s objective to narrate the stories through a “three-dimensional canvas” as told by CEO Bob Chapek during Disney’s fourth-quarter earnings call. Our endeavors to date are just an introduction to when we’ll have the option to associate the physical and digital universes significantly more closely, considering narrating without limits in our own Disney Metaverse said by Chapek.

The Walt Disney Company patents Metaverse technology, 2022
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Disney authorities let The LA Times know that the organization has “no current plans” to utilize the test system, adding to that Disney documents many licenses each year to investigate creating innovations. It is significant that Giants as large as The Walt Disney company have a background marked by getting patents just to hold contenders back from getting their first, which might just be the situation here.

The Walt Disney has 12 official theme parks around the world, in the U.S., Paris, Hong Kong, Japan, and China. In 2021, Disney created aggregate revenue of almost $17 billion with its parks, experiences and products portion in spite of worldwide lockdowns because of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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