Two Japanese carmakers, Nissan and Toyota, have launched operations in the metaverse. By establishing a presence in the metaverse, the two carmakers join their European counterparts Volkswagen and Mercedes Benz in making use of the technology. As per a Nikkei Asia report, Nissan has created a digital reality version of its Tokyo gallery Nissan Crossing which can be used for vehicle launches and other events.
Using avatars, employees take part in company meetings and also chat with each other. According to the report, the technical development and human resources teams at the parent company are already utilizing virtual workspaces.
There are also plans to further expand this, the report said.
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