July 29, 2022

How the Metaverse has already Changed the World

3 min

In 1929, American inventor Edwin Link created the world’s first flight simulator. This was our first step towards a whole new world. One where pilots could reap the benefits of realistic training to equip them for flights in hazardous situations, without risking their lives.

Of course, we also got pretty cool simulation theme park rides thanks to Link’s invention :D

The World's First Flight Simulator Edwin Link's "Blue Box” (credit: Interesting Engineering)

In short, the Metaverse is not something extraordinarily beyond our reach, nor is it some “futuristic” concept that will take decades more to integrate in our society.

Companies in the oil & gas, aerospace, defence, engineering & construction and even retail sectors are already incorporating virtual reality training. Saving them time, effort and resources while injecting a little fun in training their employees.

More importantly, we all know that when learning is fun, we focus better, retain information and apply concepts more effectively.

Making learning fun is part of Doyobi’s DNA. Here, we inspire creativity, critical thinking and nurture confidence and communication skills through collaborative problem-solving in the metaverse.

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What’s holding you back from exploring?

Honestly, the prospect of the unknown is always daunting.

However, the exploration itself, isn’t.

In pushing yourself out of your comfort zone, to explore, experiment and engage in topics and discoveries that are outside the bubble of your circle, it opens up a whole new world of possibilities.

After all, without the pursuit of the unknown, the world today would not have some pretty cool theme park rides. Mobile phones. Sticky notes. Play-doh. Penicillin. Just to name a few.


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