The museum with the inscriptions of the Catholic Church has created a NFT, digital information with a degree of authenticity and special value, and access from the Vatican to the metaverse so that people can access it. access this information. This is a stake in technology company Sensorium, which announced the news this week.
According to media reports, the company, which specializes in developing metaverses, has partnered with Humanity 2.0, a non-profit organization affiliated with the Vatican.
The start was announced last Monday (2). However, it is not yet recognized by the Catholic Church. This is what we know (and what we do not) do so far.
What does the project say?
The idea is to put in place digital, in 3D, information such as textbooks, graphics and educational plans that belong to the Vatican, according to the announcement.
The digitized version of this function will appear in NFT format, data with authenticity recorded in blockchain exchange and data storage technology, the network that holds cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
Interactions with workflows can be by exchange, access through headphones and virtual reality, on a computer or cell phone. The system will also allow visitors to create virtual avatars to explore digital images.
The Vatican has a heritage of great historical value. In his writings are names such as Michelangelo, Raphael, Marc ChagallSalvador Dali, Paul Gauguin, Wassily Kandinsky, Vincent van gog do and Pablo Picasso.
“We look forward to working with Sensorium to explore ways to bring art to the world, making it more accessible to people around the world, regardless of their health and geography.” cas, “said Father Philip Larrey, President of Human 2.0.
What is that sensorium?
Established in 2018, Sensorium is a developer of virtual reality and metaverse applications.
In its case, according to the company, there is information about virtual reality from artists such as David Guetta, Armin van Buuren and Steve Aoki. And even interactive games featuring names from Jay-Z and Night League.
And the people 2.0?
Foreign media outlets have been trying for several days to confirm Humanity 2.0 relations with the Vatican and to get more details about the joint venture. The lack of answers leads to distrust.
try to interview Father Philip larreythe spokesperson for people 2.0 has also been built. Nothing.
Vice said he had given an interview before the announcement, but in time, the interview was canceled. A few days later, the report received the following response from Sensorium: “Humanity 2.0. Is an organization affiliated with the Vatican.”
The Futurism website also reported the same difficulty in contacting.
There is no mention of the Catholic Church’s digital gallery project on the Humanity 2.0 website.
One concern when talking about NFT is the risk of fraud in the market – usually by hacker attacks. Therefore, the perception of uncertainty surrounding the initiative is strange, says Futurism website.
The proclamation represents the Father larrey It is only said that the Sensorium Galaxy virtual platform is in beta and it should be announced later this year. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
To date, the Catholic Church has not taken any responsibility for or accepted the position.