World’s First International Metaverse Forum

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(From press release issued on December 9, 2021)

World’s First International Metaverse Forum, from T&B Media Global’s ‘Translucia’, on December 15-16, 2021

“Metaverse Unlimited,” presented by Translucia, is the first international metaverse forum facilitating global dialogue on how evolving metaverse technology will change our lives through its limitless potential. The two-day, industry-led forum will take place online December 15-16, 2021, and bring together attendees from around the world to explore the most recent developments in the metaverse ecosystem, straight from industry headliners across various disciplines.

“Metaverse Unlimited” will bring global experts and visionaries together to discuss a variety of metaverse themes including futurism, business foresight, technological innovation, virtual architecture, cutting-edge research and philanthropy. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain insights into the future of metaverse and be inspired by fresh ideas through a broad range of dialogue.

“We have invited some of the top global thought leaders in this space as keynote speakers to foster inspiration and spark conversations about the boundless possibilities of this new technological revolution,” said Dr. Jwanwat Ahriyavraromp, CEO of T&B Media Global. “After announcing the upcoming launch of Translucia, the first imaginative virtual world in Thailand earlier this year, we felt “Metaverse Unlimited” was a necessary step in joining and facilitating a global discussion on tomorrow’s digital metaverse society. We look forward to covering topics that matter not only to international business communities, but also to society at large.”

Keynote speakers will include visionaries such as Cathy Hackl, Chief Metaverse Officer & CEO at Futures Intelligence Group, Pat Pataranutaporn, an antidisciplinary technologist, scientist and artist at MIT as well as Alain Chesnais, whose work on computer graphics received an Academy Award for the development of the Maya 3D system.