UN's 'global stocktake' on climate is offering a sober emissions reckoning − but there are also signs of progress
Interim housing isn't just a roof and four walls. Good design is key to getting people out of homelessness
Every state is about to dole out federal funding for broadband internet – not every state is ready for the task
We could make most Australians richer and still save billions – it’s not too late to fix the Stage 3 tax cuts
Sony collaborates with S. Korean blockchain operator Theta in new 3D NFTs featuring Spatial Reality Display
Sony aims to grab a huge slice of the emerging 3D NFT market by using its Spatial Reality Display to speed up mass adoption and by partnering with South Korean blockchain operator, Theta Labs (THETA).
Any in-world digital item, avatar, or collectible can be visualized and exhibited in glasses-free 3D mixed reality form, according to Theta and Sony.
Furthermore, South Korean blockchain operator Theta Labs has a distinct perspective for the project. They want the 3D NFT project to give the metaverse a new reality and a tangible presence.
This one-of-a-kind Sony x Theta Labs NFT project will comprise ten replicas of the token "The Tiki Guy" that will be "Theta Powered." Importantly, these Ten NFTs will include a Sony Spatial Reality Display that may be redeemed.
This service is only available to residents of the United States. Those without a display unity will be able to see their NFTs in two dimensions.
The Sony Spatial Reality Display is an intriguing piece of hardware. It uses a high-speed vision sensor to create 3D visuals by tracking users' eye movements.
Finally, since last year, Sony has become more interested in NFTs. With the support of Theta Labs, they plan to demonstrate how their 3D technology might improve the space.
Will AI kill our creativity? It could – if we don’t start to value and protect the traits that make us human