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Title: Metaverse: The emergence of digital reality
Authors: Sengupta, Aritra
Keywords: Simulation hypothesis
Phenomenological reality
Big Data
Digital data transfer
Digital Marketing
Brain-Computer Interface (BCI)
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Students of PGDBA Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics, IIM Calcutta
Series/Report no.: Vol.3;
Abstract: One butterfly and one simulation hypothesis– Both of them have a common notion of questioning our imagination of reality. However, the perennial dilemma between “perception” and “existence” has impeded the constructive definition of “Reality” which is independent of our beliefs or experience. The linguistic origin of the word “real” is the Latin word “res” which means “things”. The ontological concept of reality is the existence independent of comprehension whereas phenomenological reality is based on the degree of comprehension by individual beings. Hence, considering phenomenological reality to be more explainable, our visual sensory device becomes a gateway to enter, simulate or morph the experience of reality we have. That is the birthplace of the idea of the “Metaverse”. Throughout the journey of human development, social cooperation, collective experience, and knowledge inheritance have been the key components of our existence. All of these qualities require “interaction” that metaverse is aiming to bring under the virtual dimension. It is a transition from physical to digital reality. But what actually metaverse is? How does it map things into virtual reality ?
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