It happens to be the Bangalore International Airport, which in the very recent past, was successfully launching the first phase of the BLR Metaport. For the uninitiated, this happens to be the first time the world will be exposed to a metaverse-related experience, in the case of an airport. This great occurrence is carried out with the due assistance of AWS, Intel, and, last but not the least, Polygon.
At this point, it becomes imperative to understand the functionalities of the entity BLR Metaport. However, built on the AWS cloud, Metaport works on the blockchain technology of Polygon to work on and power the digital economy. However, this, in turn, allows the users to trade the assets seamlessly and virtually. However, these digital assets could help give the artists the art gallery certificates for completing industry-related training courses like utility, collectibles, commemorative NFTs, and others.
However, this is the creation of the Joint Innovation Centre (JIC). The usefulness and benefit of this very product will be in providing adequate exposure to all travelers, enterprises, and the associated communities in matters of an all-inclusive 3D virtual experience related to the freshly delivered Terminal 2 of the Bangalore Airport. However, Polygon has become the most prominent hub to trust for entering and surviving in the Web3 Ecosystem.
All of this, however, will be made possible with the wearing of a VR headset, coupled with the help of some prime browsers. Incidentally, this body of the JIC was established by BIAL in the early part of the year. In close collaboration were such entities as AWS, Intel, and Polygon. The coming together of these entities is initiated to teach further digital solutions in the overall field of aviation.