For example, if you continue to use the differentiated charging model, set the "front row seat" in the Metaverse to have better picture quality, a better experience, and a more expensive ticket, and set the cheaper "back row seat" to the picture quality Lower, is it the same as the physical world? But from a business point of view, Jon Radoff pointed out that the overall profit is even worse, it is better to create the best experience for each "seat" and sell it at the same price, so as to attract more guests; For the general public, even with a "pay-per-view", the 360-degree multi-angle experience obtained is far beyond the real-world experience. why? "
In the Metaverse, the traditional physical space, experience is zero or very low cost, so there is no longer a difference between cost and expense. " 3. Liberate the status quo: Let creators have the freedom to "control their own destiny" It turned industry email list out that the "hierarchy and stratification" that the physical world is accustomed to, and switching to the Metaverse is most likely meaningless. Although European and American media may not necessarily pay for the "beautiful world" described by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to the Metaverse, it is generally agreed that the virtual world does have a special meaning of "liberation" for many ethnic groups.
Especially the younger generation. The well-known technology media "WIRED" commented that when the economic and political power of developed countries is in the hands of the baby boomers, it seems that the young generation who can only sit in the "back row" forever has to move their positions to the Metaverse. . It is said that the "facade" of the digital age is a self-introduction on social platforms, and Jon Radoff's Twitter introduction is also quite "liberating": "I fight for the game-maker. )." Picture 9 Photo Credit: Taken from Twitter Jon Radoff's Twitter introduction. He loves games.