Globant, an Argentina-based software company, found that many people believe the metaverse is accessible and close to them. According to the report “How the Metaverse transcends digital limits and reinvents our place in this physical world”, 73% of people surveyed believed that the metaverse was accessible, while only 26% had experienced it.
Companies have been interested in researching the metaverse and tech. This allows them to learn about people’s perceptions of this sector. A recent report by Globant (an Argentinian software company) revealed that people feel closer to the metaverse, than experts believe.
The report, entitled “How the metaverse transcends digital limits and reinvents our place in the physically world”, was compiled from the opinions of 834 technology professionals worldwide. 73% believe the metaverse is available to them, even with all of the technology required to create it. Only 26.5% reported experiencing metaverse experiences.
Globant’s chief technology officer, Diego Tartara stated:
Although still in its infancy, the metaverse is challenging businesses to prepare for this new world. While they are bringing their business into this new reality, users are still learning how to adapt to the new world.
Remote work is possible with remote access.
The report also reveals the market target that metaverse apps are targeting. Although metaverse apps are based on virtual reality hardware technology, respondents feel that the industry isn’t just for the young. 75% of respondents said that the metaverse is for all generations.
It also highlighted the importance of metaverse technology for remote work in the future. Sixty-nine percent of those surveyed believed that remote work would be possible with the help of the metaverse. Remote work was a popular trend in the Covid-19 days. Many companies now consider keeping it in their scheduling strategies.
Globant co-founder stated recently that he believes companies should be more serious about new technologies like crypto, the metaverse and NFTs.