The human-centric metaverse, Vault Hill, has partnered with London Bridge Sports Medicine (LBSM), a UK-based group of sports medicine doctors, to offer AR consultations for patients within the metaverse.
The doctors specializing in musculoskeletal injury and sports-related illness will assist the patients regarding sports injury, health, well-being, and performance. LBSM will set up their virtual office on a piece of virtual land (VLAND) as a non-fungible token (NFT) in the metaverse. As a result, individuals can access doctors’ services from anywhere in the world.
The partnership is in sync with Vault Hill’s mission to create a metaverse that makes users feel more human through its applications. Moreover, the startup is also working on a Vitality District (Omega) set to launch in Q1 of 2022 to help its users stay fit and agile. It’s also working with the luxury fitness app provider, Today Fit, to bring VR mindfulness experiences to its users.
The metaverse aims to enhance the human experience through extended reality (XR) by focusing on the basic human instincts to enable users, content creators, and developers to explore their creativity and monetize their content in a secure ecosystem.
The users can interact with one another, host and attend events, play games, experience art and more, and immerse themselves completely using a VR headset. They can also trade digital assets such as virtual land using the metaverse’s cryptocurrency, $VHC token.
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