From benq.com - "When you’re in the market to buy a new projector, you want to make sure you’re getting a top performer at the price-level you set for yourself. For the diligent shopper, that means increased scrutiny on each potential purchase’s specs. Along with the more commonly known specs, such as resolution and brightness, one of the key areas you need to be attuned to in order to ensure that you get the level of performance you desire is its color."
From the films website: "Follow Alex as he takes you on a whirl wind tour of his stomping grounds in the US and then teams up with Nicolas Hojak for a month long trip to the European Alps.
All filmed in high resolution 360° 3D this promises to be an experience like no other."
From Polygon Blog- "Spatial LABS (sLABS), founded by Iddris Sandu, is a California-based VC studio developing wearable hardware products that can serve as physical entry points into the Metaverse. They chose Polygon’s low-fee, high-speed network to build on.
LNQ, the first project by sLABS, promises to reimagine the way products and fashion interact in both digital and physical worlds to offer users a fully immersive experience. Apparel, wearable items and other physical objects can serve as Points of Experience in the LNQ ecosystem. LNQ is currently under agile development and is set to launch later this year."
From cryptocoven.mirror.xyz on smart contracts - "What is a smart contract? It’s a misnomer, really. A smart contract is a program that lives and stores its data on the blockchain, typically with APIs to interact with its contents. Poking around contracts on Etherscan makes that much clearer; you can see the entirety of the code for a verified contract, as well as call read and write functions on them."
From gemini.com on digital assets - "The two most common blockchain-based digital assets are cryptocurrencies and tokens. The biggest differentiation between the two is that cryptocurrencies have their own blockchains, whereas crypto tokens are built on an existing blockchain."
From Uploadvr.com - "The Snapdragon maker, known in the VR and AR industry for its XR2 platform, today announced the Snapdragon Metaverse Fund. Through this initiative, the company plans to invest up to $100 million in studios working on gaming, health, media, entertainment, education and enterprise applications for headsets, as well as those working on “associated core augmented reality and related artificial intelligence technologies.”
From Coopahtroopa.mirror.xyz - "Music has a new canvas.
NFTs directly value creative work, without input from an intermediary.
We’re witnessing the early stages of an audio movement - driven by scarcity, fandom and access.
This article highlights the Music NFT landscape - providing insights for musicians, managers, labels, agents, fans and collectors alike."
From Grammy.com - "With bungled music NFT startups and sketchy virtual concerts, music and the metaverse may have gotten on the wrong foot. But the metaverse may be destined to envelop everything — and it's important for musicians to envision themselves there.
From thebalancecareers.com : "Choosing between licensing and distribution is a common challenge for many indie labels, especially when it comes to trying to get their albums out internationally. They each have their own benefits and drawbacks and can have a significant impact on your career."