A metaversity campus and metaversities are both synchronous and asynchronous--classes taught live can be recorded and saved in a content library

10 institutions launching metaversities this fall


A metaversity campus is both synchronous and asynchronous--classes taught live can be recorded and saved in a content library

Digital twin campuses will be teeming with students at 10 U.S. colleges and universities this fall.

In an effort spearheaded by VictoryXR, with financial support from Meta Immersive Learning, schools from across the United States will launch full courses on metaversity campuses designed as exact replicas of their physical campus.

A metaversity is a higher education institution recreated as a digital twin utilizing virtual reality in the metaverse (or at least the early iteration of what will ultimately become a full, global metaverse), according to VictoryXR. 

“We know remote learning is exploding and we also know there’s a better way than the status quo,” said Steve Grubbs, VictoryXR CEO. “A metaversity campus is the solution that makes remote learning work for students and professors.”

Through Meta Immersive Learning, Meta is investing $150M to help develop the next generation of metaverse creators, fund high quality immersive experiences that transform the way we learn, and increase access to learning through technology.

VictoryXR is one recipient of the funding.

Each school will roll out a digital twin replica campus for students to attend classes on, whether they are on campus or learning remotely.

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