A recent announcement by Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), the first Indian company that has offered its stakeholders an opportunity to interact on the Metaverse during its second-quarter results conference call, has been made public.
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In line with sources, the no-code metaverse development platform GMetri is said to have been used to construct the earnings call for the Metaverse, which can be viewed from any device, according to sources. It does not require using any AR or VR equipment for the user to access it.
What’s the announcement?
According to the company, it allows analysts following the firm across the globe to switch between slides and images displayed on several displays, according to the various buckets in the presentation of the results and the steps in the process. The press release from RIL and the transcript of the media and analyst call may also be downloaded in PDF format and the press release from RIL.
Reliance becomes first Indian company to post earnings call on metaverse https://t.co/qPWvgkLfdT
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Mukesh Ambani’s quotes from his roles as chairman and managing director of RIL may be found in the RIL Metaverse as a unique portion of his quotes. In a nutshell, the Metaverse is an online environment designed to immerse users in the online experience, mainly through virtual and augmented reality (VR, AR). It also allows them to communicate digitally in an online environment.
As a matter of choice, one may participate in any of the various kinds of Metaverses on the Internet today, with Metaverse serving as the general term for a virtual world that one often joins as an avatar based on their preferences.