Events on ancient and historical sites will soon be designed as an alternative future for tourism.
Owners of physical castles and villas that have painted augmented reality blueprints of their properties think that their ambitious plans to attract visitors to the metawares will pay off as virtual events can help pay higher maintenance bills for their aging properties. Change historical stories.
The Metawares tourism model was accelerated by the downturn in tourism by Govt-19, but the industry may have already gone that route.
Currently, the major Metawars platforms are confusing, hard to use, and waiting for “real estate” improvements, but companies are still focused on what will happen. Looks like a whole lot of brands are entering into metawares for PR bragging rights.
Therefore, it seems that the possibility of learning existing, new and revised histories through metawares is not so far away.
Fungus-free castles, villas and castles
3. Michelle Choi, Founder of O Labs – A Web3 venture lab, turned to digital opportunities to fund the maintenance of physical paintings, such as selling fungus tokens or NFTs, as fundraisers to protect cashless assets.
Choi, who was product manager at Google, saw a setback in museum tourism due to Kovit-19, which he saw as an opportunity for future metawares. He then quit his job and started experimenting with his own metawares.
He began working with a team to launch the NFT Exhibition and Auction in October 2021 at the Lopkovich Palace, a real-life castle in Prague. The event showcased 500-year-old paintings and NFTs. The goal was to “expand access to cultural heritage.”
The release was elevated to include the restoration of all emergency plans at the hotel. Inspired by this concept, Choi and 3.O Laps are now busy making metawares tourism experiences worldwide.
With the broader goal of making Web3 accessible to all users, 3.O Labs already captures a range of Web3 programs ranging from NFTs to decentralized agencies or DAOs. Within its metawars vertical, the venture laboratory is already developing a plan for a castle in Germany, followed by a villa in India and later a museum in Ghana.
Choi told Cointelegraph about his long-term vision for the Metawares journey:
“Travel will be enhanced as a teaching tool. In ancient times tourism meant going to a place. Photos are 2D, but 3D travel later emerged with virtual headsets. 4D time testing is now possible. Now, we can combine different time periods. There is a teaching angle.
This raises a series of questions about what new histories will be created in the metawares.
Will history be rewritten in metawares?
For better or worse, tourism businesses, educational sites and museums can re-imagine history in metawares.
Jai Vilas Palace, owned by the family of Priyadarshini Raje Cynthia, is a 200 year old museum located in the central part of India. He plans an NFT collection created by local artists to fund the Metawares experience. Covid-19 closed its museum for two years, allowing time for some necessary – but expensive – restoration work.
Cynthia Cointelegraph said NFTs should be accepted as art, “Every generation has its art and its interpretations. It is a new medium and a new platform for hungry, budding Indian artists. “There should be no barriers to the creation of art,” he added.
“A person usually visits a museum”, but Cynthia believes that metawares is the future because they can be visited multiple times on metawares. In India, in particular, he says, museums are not the first places one thinks of going for entertainment. Private museums in smaller cities can be taken for granted, especially when compared to shopping malls and theaters. Therefore, he collaborates with 3.O Labs to “create high-speed experiences – for example, animations that allow you to engage in short historical documentaries.” It’s about opening up additional doors to dialogue and education.
Cynthia also has a story to tell the world through Metawares:
“I do not agree with my family history. The palace has rooms for study documents. This is the right time and the right place to edit history.
He told the Cointelegraph that the historical narrative he wanted to draw with his deepest experiences was “telling the true story of the greats of my clan. Repeating the story told by the British sounds like the game of Game of Thrones – dark and barbaric. We fought for independence from all external forces, but we in India fought with the Indians in India It is a historical fact that the Marathas were the rulers of India after the Mughals and their story and value system is very important to read and understand today.I like to use the platform to transform the story through art, culture and history.
“I do not agree with the way Maratha history is portrayed. However, today there is a new interest, perhaps due to the glamor of cinema, but there is also a new world. People today have a deep interest in history and have rediscovered art and history. Metawares can be the perfect platform to inform people, educate and generate interest, so they can embark on their own journey by immersing themselves deeply in history, art and culture through this wonderful world.
DAOs for castles, villas and palace renovations
Prince Heinrich Donatus, of the Schaumburg-Lieppe family, owns Castle in Buickburg, northern Germany, about 45 minutes from Hannover. Schaumburg-Lieppe was one of the 16 ruling families of the German Empire until 1918. Later, from 1948 to 1953, the fort was captured by the Rhine’s British Army for use as its headquarters. It was under US control following the end of the world. World War II in 1945 until the occupation of Germany.
A bullet hole in the outhouse is reminiscent of the recent history of the castle. The Americans first came to Buickburg during the war, and their tank, which penetrated the dome, is still visible in the Shell Castle Museum. The family displays the shell and leaves a hole in the roof to commemorate the war.
Donatas has the same idea as Cynthia: a metawares for the preservation of history.
Donatos, who co-founded 3.O Labs with Choi, will soon host an NFT exhibition and DAO-centric hacker house in the castle. He told Cointelegraph, “Metawares is not a virtual real world. It’s a new economy.
But why support noble families in 2022?
For non-cash assets such as sprawling gardens, the maintenance cost is higher than the family cash flow. Therefore, the protection of privately owned sites of historical significance remains a significant challenge for owners and in the national or global public interest.
In 2001, Donatas’ grandfather sold a castle for 1 euro, and the new owner’s two recent attempts to sell the castle for 1 euro failed to find a buyer. Donatas added:
“Foreigners who buy European palaces leave a year later realizing what’s in it.”
“Fort Buickberg is no longer inhabited – it’s primarily a cultural site,” Donados said.
“Virtual tours can be profitable, but it can take years for rescuers to repay ideas,” Choi noted. “But in the long run, metawares have no maintenance or air conditioning costs.”
Donetsk said he was about to launch a DAO treasury for renovations, similar to “People’s UNESCO” – referring to the United Nations agency tasked with preserving places of cultural and historical significance.
DAOs are not controlled by borders, and this can create network effects for new tourism models. “A kind of PleasrDAO for palaces,” Donatos said. “They include decent access to castles / maids and castle hackathons – because castles are a great place for meetings.”
Improved 4D metawares events
Historical storytelling and experiences can also enhance the creation of surreal and improbable scenes.
“Under no circumstances do I want to experience things that can be experienced in the real world,” Donatos said. “Metawares can recreate and preserve the past.” He added that “the tennis tournament in the ballroom of Versailles Palace could be made a great travel card”.
Choi said, “In Metawares, we can upload guns and recreate wars for historical teaching purposes.” Historical restorations are taking place with rebuilt weapons around the world, including the United States, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom and Italy, and there may be many teachable moments in the future in the metawares.
If metawares are really the future, planning for their terms and combination begins now. That is why, for example, a group of Native Australians are planning to set up an embassy in Metawares. Mixing the old and the new may seem trivial on the surface, but it all depends on how positive one is about the importance of cultural symbols in the future.
As metawares become newer models for tourism, they can rewrite history in the process.