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The evaluation of the data will replace the physical examination of the patient in the metaverse. Instead of a doctor in a hospital, algorithms that recognize millions of patients will do the examination in the Metaverse.
The metaverse is the digital universe in which all things that we may imagine in nature or in our brains, including people, exist in digital form. Buildings, shopping centers, entertainment venues, and some designer products can all be compared to people as twins.
Metaverse offers a lot more than traditional virtual reality (VR). We can only observe things in virtual reality while wearing VR glasses; we cannot make contact with them. Users can interact with objects, meet new people, and shop in the metaverse. The first steps of the metaverse include NFT exchanges, virtual reality applications, and avatars that will serve as users’ representatives, even if we are just starting on the path to realizing what we have mentioned. New technologies are being created in the metaverse to allow us to feel with our senses, along with the many other technologies that are currently being developed. For instance, Facebook is creating tactile gloves that allow our fingers and palms to feel when interacting with virtual items.
It is obvious that, when compared to telemedicine, a three-dimensional interview performed in a three-dimensional environment using data collected via interactive, wearable devices, and other sources will give a more advanced experience for the patient and doctor.
The Metaverse’s virtual objects have a promising popularity for health since they are filled with information about themselves. If we refer to a patient’s digital twin in the metaverse, we are pointing to a patient’s virtual twin, who is equipped with all of their medical data. Wearable technology and other sources can be used to collect data in real-time about a patient’s physical characteristics, psychological state, genetic information, social factors, all factors affecting their health, including environmental factors, and all of their electronic health records.
Many of our current business practices will change in the new era of Web 3.0. Meeting one-on-one in the area of health, it will alter to review the data rather than the physical examination of the patient. Instead of using doctors in a hospital, health artificial intelligence systems that can recognize millions of patients will perform the checkup in the Metaverse. Instead of asking you about your issue, the doctors at Metaverse will use patient-controlled laboratory equipment to analyze data from 3D scans of the internal organs that control the throat, lungs, and heart.