India’s first Web3.0 Metaverse event in Crewsphere Education teaches students about virtual reality technology
The Government Senior Secondary School in Kaloh, Una District hosted India’s first Education Web 3 Metaverse event. With the participation of students from 15 surrounding schools, the event provided a hands-on experience using cutting-edge virtual reality (VR) technology.
Organized under the auspices of the district administration and technical agency Crewsphere: ICP India Hub, the event aimed to introduce students to the Metaverse, a revolutionary concept in the computer industry. The Metaverse represents the next evolution of the internet, delivering a unified, shared, immersive experience in a 3D virtual space. According to the organizers, Metaverse technology will enable billions of people to live, work, shop, learn and interact with each other from the comfort of their own homes. It is predicted to revolutionize areas such as gaming, entertainment, education and marketing.
During the event, Deepak Goyal, co-founder of Crewsphere, highlighted the potential of the technology by explaining the hardware required to use it. This includes computers, the internet, virtual reality (VR) headsets, gloves and wristbands. Deputy Commissioner Raghav Sharma recognized the importance of advances in information technology and stressed the ease and accessibility they bring to our lives. He also acknowledged that technology provides us with a wealth of information.
The Education Web 3 Metaverse event in Kaloh was a major milestone in introducing young students to the future of virtual reality technology. The purpose of the event was to inspire and empower the next generation of innovators and creators by providing them with hands-on experiences and insights into the metaverse. This event aligns with the government’s vision to promote technology-driven education and prepare students for the challenges and opportunities of the digital age. It represents a crucial step in bridging the gap between traditional education and the immersive, interactive experiences that new technologies offer.
After the successful conclusion of India’s first Education Web3 Metaverse event, the organizers are optimistic about the positive impact it will have on the students who attend. This event is expected to inspire curiosity, creativity and innovation, paving the way for a technologically competent and forward-thinking generation.
Bandhul Bansal, the co-founder of Crewsphere, revealed the organization’s future roadmap to drive the adoption of the ICP blockchain across India. In line with this vision, Crewsphere is preparing to launch a range of innovative programs including free blockchain courses, grants, research grants and more aimed at empowering students across the country.
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