Force Web 3| Whimsy on Dfinity
How to use a word to describe the appearance of a symbol, delicate features, and perfect face under the traditional aesthetic standards of one of the three courts of five eyes of beauty? Russell said there are many kinds of beauty in the world. What if I told her she looked like the person in the game? Would that make a picture in your mind?
One of the main subjects of today’s article is a metaverse project about modelling.
KVERSO, the Dfinity-based metaverse project, joined our event last night. The drawing style is what I described as the modelling style at the beginning. When the project launched early on, the product was to provide users with optional 3D land and personal modelling.
Its modelling options are similar to those of the popular Zepeto in South Korea, allowing users to choose their skin colour, appearance style, ethnicity, etc. They can be close to their own actual life and build a completely different character image. This kind of self—defined virtual character role plus follows the characteristics of dressing up, making it easy to expand its social function.
Indeed, KVERSO has opened up both individual and group chats， meaning a free, pluralistic, decentralized virtual Web3 world has taken shape. Its core functions are entertainment, conversation and social interaction, and virtual land transfer.
Everyone who has decentralized Zepeto and Decentraland have decentralized can have one. We have not heard the natural sounds of nature for a long time. At this moment, the combination of blockchain and VR technology gives us the experience of hearing the sea breeze on the Dfinity chain.
From the first perspective, a virtual vacation world is presented in front of us. It has a sense of experience and is equipped with real scene sound effects. With the movement of the mouse, we can hear the surging tide at the seaside, and the melodious birds are singing in the woods.
In The studio last night, we followed The Island Collective to explore The virtual world of VR. With technology development, we may develop a second world parallel to the existing one. Below the sea, above the water is the universe, and below the water is the labyrinth of the sea. If the above two projects give you a world, this one is about NFT.
To put it simply, DogFinity is a project to cast NFT with fancy dog images. As with other NFT programs, users can become club members by purchasing its series NFT.
It aims to gather Dfinity’s peers and quality talents and expand the usage of ICP on a larger scale. In this membership circle, NFT itself means more than it is worth; acute or funny dog NFT is a symbol of faith in the Internet computer. They’re also looking forward to more scenes and events featuring DogFinity.
And finally, GoBazzinga!
The project is a short video social platform, similar to CanCan, where users’ attention and time are money.
Unlike Web2’s platform revenue, GoBazzinga wants to give everyone who uses the platform a financial return for their time and attention. That revenue goes back to the users, not the media, opinion leaders, and advertisers. Users and content creators are a core part of the ecosystem, and they must and deserve to benefit financially. This philosophy is also consistent with DSCVR, a social platform. GoBazzinga focuses on video, while DSCVR focuses on content.
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