One of the largest developers of the Russian Federation has set its sights on the metaverse

Russian construction company GK FSK held the first press conference in the history of the company using the virtual world from Spatial Russian developer FSK held a press conference using the Spatial virtual world platform. Representatives of the company announced this in a press release, a copy of which is at the disposal of the editors. It is reported that the press conference was devoted to the results of the company's activities at the end of the year.. On the basis of Spatial, FGC employees created their own virtual two-story house with a stage, a waiting area, and a gallery. Each speaker at the press conference received their own digital avatar, and it was possible to attend the event using virtual reality glasses. As Ekaterina Samorodova, PR director of FGC Group of Companies, stated, many modern corporations see the trend and experiment in this direction. “We have created a new touch point with the client in a completely new format that is just gaining momentum,” she added. Earlier it became known that the Russian mobile operator MegaFon also joined the hype around virtual worlds.. The company created its own game, as well as branded products based on the Roblox 3D playground.. According to Elena Nechaeva, head of digital media channels at MegaFon, many international brands “have already begun testing and exploring the possibilities of metaverses through various integration methods.” The Friday! TV channel also tried the Roblox opportunities, which presented a game version of its TV show Boys.. Project called “New Boys. Monsters” was created in partnership with the agency SMIT.Studio. Players can create a digital avatar in the “School of the Lady” for later “re-education”. By completing quests, players will overcome the “inner monsters” of their avatars. According to the authors of the project, more than 120,000 users have already joined the game, but the average game time on a computer is only ten minutes.. Meanwhile, as the trend of virtual worlds develops in the Russian Federation, they started talking about combating the harmful effects of such products.. At the end of November, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation proposed to take virtual universes under the hood in order to fight “destructive content” with the help of “cyber squads”. According to the representative of the All-Russian Research Institute (VNII) of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Alexander Smirnov, the existing implementations of virtual realities already pose an “increased risk of destructive information and psychological impact.” However, Smirnov did not specify what kind of risks of “destructive content” he was talking about. Disclaimer All information contained on our website is published on the principles of good faith and objectivity, and for informational purposes only.. The reader is solely responsible for any actions taken by him on the basis of information received on our website.