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Baidu’s metaverse welcomes a top Chinese university

After replicating its actual campus as a virtual university on Baidu’s XiRang platform. That’s, a prominent Chinese university has become the country’s first academic institution to enter the metaverse.

Last week, the Communication University of China stated that on December 26. So, the digital campus conducts an anniversary celebration and awards ceremony that’s in co-hosting of both virtual and actual persons.

Visitors to the metaverse can use VR headsets or mobile phones and computers to wander around the virtual campus of the institution. Of course, which has trained generations of Chinese journalists and broadcasters.

The non-blockchain online metaverse platform XiRang, which means “land of hope,” was launched in December by internet giant Baidu.

In the midst of the pandemic, virtual universities are becoming more popular, with digital giant Meta (formerly Facebook) vowing to establish 10 digitized university campuses this year in collaboration with VR gear maker VictoryXR.

Last November, Stanford University opened its first virtual reality classroom, allowing for remote learning and engagement.

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