The technology to look into the Metaverse has a name and is reality. SCREEN HUD will be presented on December 12, 2021.

What makes SCREEN HUD so interesting? In short: THE HOLE IN YOUR SCREEN.

For performers: You control the screen of the audience. They see what you launch on their screen and they look inside your Metaverse. This time it is just a Blue Screen with a hole in it.

For the audience: They don’t need to know anything about the Metaverse technology but they have the option to control their view inside it.

A further step into ACTIVE VIRTUAL REALITY and to IMMERSIVE ZOOM.

By pressing the ESC key on their keyboard the Default view will be reestablished. Usually, it will be the Third Person View. You see yourself from behind like you look over your own shoulders.

How does SCREEN HUD look in practice?

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In case the user has Cameratools active navigation from the “Real world” will channel into the Metaverse. This concept is simple and has low lag. It was developed by Art Blue and coded by Art Eames aka Daniel Jung. It is hereby set under MIT Open licence. November 9, 2021 – Art Blue aka Reiner Schneeberger

There are some hard coded screen designs that can be used without creating a hole or holes.

SCREEN HUD can be combined with concepts developed and known as the INFINITE THEATRE for the Metaverse like the BLINDFOLD. More to see in this instructional short video.