But to go so far as to talk about virtual children is far beyond that.
Virtual children or even tamagotchi kids, that is the definition that went viral after the publication of Catriona Campbell‘s book which, however, I have not read. Have you?
Artificial intelligence and Metaverse, two concepts that are gradually entering our lives.
It is these days, for example, the news of the first degree in the Metaverse, although the term Metaverse was coined thirty years ago: in 1992, in the book Snow Crash written by Neal Stephenson.
His project Lamina1: a Level 1 blockchain created specifically to enhance the open Metaverse, in collaboration with Peter Vessenes, considered a pioneer of cryptocurrencies, and founder of the first Bitcoin company.
Lamina1 therefore envisions itself as the base level for the Open Metaverse, a place that privileges creators, technical and artistic, providing support, spatial computing technology and a community to support those who are building the Metaverse.
Have you already thought about what your avatar might look like?
Having an alter ego still remains quite different from having a virtual child, yet these images show how far the line has already been crossed.
A year ago I was telling you about Gaia X and now we have Baby X
… interact with the computer as if you were interacting with a person are you comfortable with this concept?
I sincerely thank all the staff of Voyage Minnesota Magazine and especially Camila, for contacting me and for the space they gave me!
I went browsing in Minnesota to discover Egg coffee and this virtual journey allowed me to discover interesting things I did not know, but at the same time someone else discovered me.
Unbelievable stuff, I know.
Yet here I am, with new friends and another story to tell.
The story of a project that I liked right away.
The story of a project whose thoughts are key words, which are also my own:
We also think that artists rock.
This is kind of the concept of Minnesota Voyage Magazine: We love small business, mom-n-pop and holes in the walls. We’re not snobs, but we don’t love most chains. We think independent entrepreneurs, freelancers and other risk-takers make our cities exciting places to live. We cherish the rebellious spirit, we don’t think just a handful of big companies should control all of our commerce, and we think smore with vegan marshmallows are better than regular marshmallows. We respect people and organizations that take the road less traveled. We root for the underdog and almost never say no to pizza.
After all, how can one say no to pizza?
If you’d like, after pizza, you can find me by clicking on this coffee.
The results are as follows: In some populations, FoMO appears to increase with age and is inversely in other populations. Facebook use is unrelated to FoMO in some populations, and a higher FoMO is linked to stopping Instagram use for some individuals. The FoMO-Internet use association is independent of gravity, since the interaction is not significant and this association is neither linear nor curvilinear. The FoMO-Internet use association does not appear to be associated with depressive, anxiety and stress symptoms or life satisfaction levels. FoMO demonstrates a considerable role in the use of the Internet; however, there is no evidence of bidirectional interaction or association between the aforementioned. Overall, we still don’t know what factors contribute to individuals exhibiting distinct patterns in the FoMO-Internet use association.
What’s your opinion? What do you think about social networks?
On June 28, a film produced by KDPBelgium will premiere in Antwerp, the title is FOMO: a group of 10 influencers take part in a brand new reality show with a trip to the world as the main prize. The game, which takes place deep in the forest, doesn’t turn out to be as innocent as thought. Numerous bizarre situations occur that lead the group to question the program setting. When a masked killer suddenly shows up, the game turns into a battle for survival and a game of cat and mouse takes place between the influencers and the killer.
But in this case I would say that the type of fear is very different, isn’t it?
A few days ago, Antonio was talking about skin on his blog pointing out rightly how in the dialogues of the movie Free Guy skin was literally translated in Italian to the detriment of the real meaning of the term.
The Skins I would like to talk to you about are Costumes Fit for the Battle Royale mode of the Fornite video game signed by Demna Gvsalia creative director of Balenciaga.
It is the first time that haute-couture colonizes a video game with its own brand, in this case it is a partnership between Balenciaga and Epic Games.
Ramirez and Doggo among the iconic characters in the version of the luxury brand.
However, a real capsule is also associated with the digital outfits, available on the Balenciaga e-commerce site.
The campaign for the presentation of the fruit of this unprecedented collaboration is called Strange times and also includes a photographic contest, or, better said, Fortographic.
The best photos posted on Twitter under #Fortography and #StrangeTimes or under the Strange Times post on Reddit will be included in the game.
Between reality and virtual, I throw a dream there: who knows that one day someone will post coffee photos for KCDC …