Microsoft CEO: Metaverse will bring the real world into any digital space

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (Satya Nadella) said at the Microsoft Ignite conference yesterday that Microsoft will explore meta-universe technology and join this digital world with a series of other big-name brands and enterprises.

Nadella shared: “As the digital world and the physical world merge, we are creating a brand new meta-universe. In a sense, the meta-universe enables us to embed calculations in the real world and integrate the real world. Embedded in calculations, bringing a real sense of presence to any digital space.”

“The most important thing is that we can bring our humanity to us and choose how we want to experience the world and who we want to interact with.” 

Frank Shaw, Microsoft’s vice president of communications, wrote in a blog post on the official website yesterday that the company will launch more than 90 new services and updates in three main areas, including powering Metaverse.

Frank believes that in the past 18 months, digital technology has been at the forefront of every industry, and it is now more necessary than ever. The meta-universe is a “persistent digital world, which is connected to many aspects of the physical world, including people, places, and things.” Microsoft is powering Metaverse, similar to the way Microsoft talked about the Internet and websites in the 1990s.

“Meta Universe will be a shared experience that supports across the real world and the digital world. As companies accelerate digital transformation, Meta Universe can help people gather in a digital environment, use avatars to make meetings more comfortable, and promote creative collaboration from all over the world. .”

The company plans to “continue to develop Meta Universe” through two new initiatives.

The first initiative is called “Dynamics 365 Connected Spaces”, which will enable people to interact in any space from retail stores to factory floors through artificial intelligence-driven models and observation data.


In the context of the global epidemic forcing employees from all over the world to work online and collaborate, Microsoft will launch a second initiative called “Mesh for Microsoft Teams”, which will be added to Microsoft’s existing Team function (online meeting) A mixed reality feature called Mesh allows people from different geographic locations to join collaborative offices and share holographic experiences. People can join virtual meetings, send chats, and collaborate on shared documents. Allow people to use personalized 3D avatars and experience an immersive space.


Anyone can access this “mixed reality” world through mobile phones and computers, aiming to make online meetings more personalized, attractive and fun. This will also be the gateway to the meta-universe in Microsoft-a digital world of people, places and things.

Jeff Teper, the person in charge of the Mesh function and the vice president of Microsoft, regards Metaverse as a “new version or new vision of the Internet”. People gather together to communicate and collaborate through personal avatars on any device. And share.

It is reported that the beta version of the first plan will be launched in early December, while the second product will be launched in the first half of 2022.


Although Facebook renamed the company Meta and claimed to put more effort into Metaverse than any other company in the world, Microsoft’s new Mesh feature is a big step forward for Metaverse enthusiasts. 

Katie Kelly, Chief Product Manager of Microsoft Mesh, said: “We can interpret your voice prompts to animate the avatar, so it really feels present, and it really feels right by your side. By the first half of next year, you will be able to enter An immersive space, and then be able to collaborate and use Microsoft tools.”

“In the metaverse, you can do almost anything you can imagine-get together with friends and family, work, study, play, shop, and create, just like a hologram of the real world.” 

In addition, Microsoft CEO Nadella said in an interview with Bloomberg Television that the company’s video game device Xbox will “absolutely” focus on integrating Metaverse into games on their devices.

“You can definitely expect us to do things in the game field. If you treat ” Halo” as a game, then it is a meta-universe. Microsoft is a meta-universe, and so is “Halo” . In a sense, Although they are 2D today, the question is whether you can bring it to a full 3D world, and we are doing this,” he added. 

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