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Friday, December 23, 2022

Dr Mark van Rijmenam, Newsletter

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 Published on December 1, 2022     By Dr Mark van Rijmenam

Strategic futurist and Founder of the Digital Futures Institute - ensuring a thriving digital future for business and society | Global keynote speaker for Fortune 500 | 4x Author - latest: Step into the Metaverse

290 articles    The f(x) = e^x      Issue #194

Good Day! This is my weekly newsletter, with a dose of insights into the future. The topic of this newsletter is the exponential times we live in, hence the title of f(x) = e^x, which is the (natural) exponential function.

You can visit TheDigitalSpeaker.com to book me as a keynote speaker for your next event or hire me as your CEO's future tech coach. I have also published my Trend Prediction for 2022.

My latest article:

The metaverse will revolutionize the media and entertainment industry, offering novel, magical experiences and new revenue opportunities. The immersive internet will enable media and entertainment companies to provide unique, interactive experiences that bring media consumption to another level. It will enable immersive VR or AR content and the use of metaverse technologies such as NFTs to develop new business models.

The future of media and entertainment is exciting, and we are in for a wild ride. Before the end of this decade, we can expect 3D, hyper-realistic virtual and augmented experiences that will blow us away. Before that, the metaverse will enable Massive Interactive Live Events, bring augmented and virtual reality into our living room and create new engagement opportunities using NFTs. The potential is huge, and media & entertainment organisations should step into the metaverse today. Read more here.   .... '  ... 

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