A recent LinkedIn study questioned if the Metaverse will have an influence on India's media business, and 68 percent of respondents replied yes. Users can interact with a computer-generated world in the metaverse, which is a virtual reality space. With our phones, computers, and tablets, we are all now linked. Experts predict that the metaverse will become more interactive as a result of human actions. Avatars will be used to depict human profiles, which will be an extension of the actual world.
Journalists and journalism students were among those who responded to the LinkedIn poll. Everyone was ready to sign on to the assertion that Metaverse will revolutionize the way they work. The next question was at what level. Many of them became perplexed at that time.
Metaverse will expand media's conventional industries of print, television, mobile, and online. It will establish a new platform and chances for the monetisation of digital assets, such as news, photos, and marketing campaigns.
Being in the midst of the platform as it gets more user-friendly will be a challenge for the media sector.
In India, there is a strong division in opinion concerning the Metaverse's influence on the media sector among professional journalists. They believe that India would take its time to adjust to this new method. The old school will not allow things to move quickly, and we will once again be left alone!
It was the pandemic that made us realize the need for more interactive experiences beyond typical message communication platforms, such as Zoom and others, the use of remote conferencing and telepresence applications skyrocketed. During the repeated lockdowns, individuals's need to interact with other people grew stronger.
Metaverse has the potential to transform the way we tell tales. You can touch, feel, and experience the news with AR/VR and other immersive technology. Our working journalists have begun to employ Voice to Text technology, which they have found to be really beneficial. They are saving a lot of time thanks to technology. For many of them, Google Lens is a marvel. Apps that use AI to assist with video creation are also in high demand. Multi-channel audio recording is being experimented with.
India's media business is thriving, and it will undoubtedly experiment with new technologies as they become available. The evolution of a perfect multi-dimensional virtual environment will take time.
Infosys has just announced the launch of their metaverse foundry. The company's goal is to develop platforms that would allow businesses in a variety of sectors to establish their own customized virtual worlds.
The largest IT services organization in India has started work on metaverse development. TCS has jumped on board by building metaverse experiences in a variety of sectors, including online commerce and workplace interactions. Tech Mahindra has announced the introduction of TechMVerse, a metaverse-based business platform.