The meeting begins at 7 p.m. — so that we may start on time, please arrive at least 5 minutes before the meeting begins.
When one of the top Fortune 500 companies changes it’s name [story from c|net] people notice. However, owning the name “Metaverse” doesn’t mean you’ll own the space.
Fran Rabuck will discuss what the “Metaverse” is, the major players, industry impact, technology components, Next-gen user interfaces, virtual currency models, and more. We’ll also explore a few selective Metaverse worlds and tools to get YOU IN the virtual worlds. Of course, we’ll also discuss the position of current and future Apple devices and services. Get ready and fasten your seatbelts — it’s going to be a bumpy — and fun session.
A limited number of non-member audience “seats” at our Zoom meeting are also available on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you wish to attend, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, and include your full name to receive an invitation with connection information.
About the Presenter
Francis Rabuck, CWNA, RFID is a frequent speaker/writer, advisor and judge at major technology industry events. He is best known for his engaging conference work in developing and managing future technology demonstration exhibits and workshops for organizations like Comdex, RoboUniverse, World Future Society, RFID Journal, FIATECH, ECC, CII, Smart Geometry and Bentley Systems. His experience and work with components of Metaverse technology include presentations and development in: AR/VR/XR, Head Mounted Computing devices, Gamification systems, 3d Printing and Video, Mobile & Wireless systems, Collaboration Systems, and AI/Data Analytics. Fran spends late nights on new tools and software to gather and understand data and other technologies in AI and Data Analytics, and connecting the dots of the Metaverse components. His daytime work includes working with Facility Managers and Organizations with Agile Handover for total silo integration and collection of Infrastructure Asset data, and the visualization of Digital Twins. He also supports the Association for Facilities Engineering as a consultant and Associate Editor/Contributor for its Journal. You may follow Fran’s work on his Twitter account and Rabuck’s Real Time Watch Blog.