Disney Moves Toward the Metaverse With Approved US Patent to Create a ‘Virtual-World Simulator’

Disney Moves Toward the Metaverse With Approved US Patent to Create a ‘Virtual-World Simulator’


A recently discovered patent shows the American multinational entertainment and media conglomerate, Walt Disney Company, was approved by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for a “virtual-world simulator” patent. The simulator is composed of a “three-dimensional (3D) map of the geometry of the real-world venue.”

Disney’s Virtual-World Simulator Patent Follows Bob Chapek’s Discussion About the Disney Metaverse

Disney’s interest in the metaverse and blockchain technology has been showing recently as a recent patent approved at the end of December reveals the entertainment giant filed for a “virtual-world simulator” concept.

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The virtual-world simulator patent follows Disney CEO Bob Chapek’s earnings call in November when he explained the firm is ready for “our own” metaverse. Chapek also highlighted that Disney was always at the forefront

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