Thu. Nov 24th, 2022

Finding the energy to spend quality time with our significant others can be difficult when we are preoccupied with other priorities. When it comes to alternative connections, such as those offered by social networking sites and other technology, it doesn’t make things any easier; in fact, they make things more confusing.

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you want to get your significant other something special, but you can’t ask them because doing so would ruin the surprise. What do you do then? What if you’re thousands of miles apart from the person you love and all you’ve managed to do is make a virtual call?

Waiting until the next time you have a chance to see the love of your life would be the only reasonable option.

Is it possible to imagine a future where all of these are no longer an option because of a flurry of new innovations that are finding solutions to real-world problems?

Gifting tokens that cannot be exchanged for anything else (NFTs)

Various Valentine’s Day packages have been thrust upon our attention since the beginning of the year. Unreasonable prices are attached to these packages, which are frequently more expensive than the sum of the parts’ individual costs.

In addition to the current craze, you might want to think about getting NFTs for your loved ones. Nevertheless, if you and your significant other are both blockchain enthusiasts, I would recommend this as a romantic gesture. The thought of receiving an NFT as a birthday or Valentine’s gift makes me want to draw a picture of my reaction, but I’ll refrain. It’s not about me, after all. So, without further ado, here we go.

What if Anthony Azekwoh provides you with a unique NFT in the form of an exquisite illustration inscribed with the name of your beloved? ‘The Kiss’ is one of Gustav Klimt’s digital masterpieces, so why not join the whitelist? Intriguingly, several NFT marketplaces are now available, making the gifting of NFTs a reality sooner rather than later.

Dinner dates in virtual reality

Virtual reality (VR) has the potential to blur the line between the real and the virtual, removing many of the obstacles that stand in the way of true intimacy. VR dining experiences are already available from a few hospitality companies, but they cost a lot.

Assume you and your date are going out to dinner at one of your favourite spots, complete with all the glitz and glamour. While watching a romantic movie, you and your loved one enjoy two courses of food and some alcoholic beverages.

However, what if neither of you are present on that date?

For a more immersive experience, you could book a virtual date at a luxury hot spot anywhere in the world, where all you need to do is wear VR gear or use a full-scale VR room at different locations. This allows you to experience every action in the virtual world as if it were happening in the real world.

Magna in the Metaverse

What’s the newest lingo to be used? Metaverse. Having a dinner date in the metaverse isn’t too far-fetched, even if the concept has yet to be realised. The benefits of virtual reality go far beyond the ability to spend quality time with your significant other while watching 3D content on your phone or tablet. A more advanced level of knowledge is required to use it.

Think about having a separate life for your digital avatar in a different realm, booking a dinner date, paying for it, and customising it to your preferences? Yes, that’s exactly what I want you to do. It’s time to take action!

What special plans do you have for Valentine’s Day? It’s likely that if you’re planning on sending a gift to a loved one, getting a reliable delivery service is probably at the top of your list of concerns. What’s left is hoping everything arrives safely for you and your loved ones.

Drone delivery should be considered in light of the negative experiences people have had with on-demand dispatch riders and delivery services. The healthcare sector, where there are a few use cases like drug delivery, makes use of this option frequently in Africa’s logistical landscape.

Because drones don’t have to deal with traffic jams or inaccessible roads, they’re able to deliver goods more quickly. Drones, on the other hand, can be hacked and taken over, increasing the risk of theft.

For Valentine’s Day this year, “Hey, Google, what should I get my boyfriend?”

A generic “what to get” search page was exactly what I was looking for, but it didn’t help much because I still had to go through each one of them to find the right one.

Wouldn’t it be great if an artificial intelligence (AI) assistant could mine your significant other’s online activity, including Google searches and social media posts, as well as text messages, to make suggestions about what to get? Your guesses will be as accurate as possible because of all the information available.

In addition, the assistant will search the Internet for merchants who can offer the product at the lowest possible price on the internet. Think of Honey or AliExpress’s AliHelper shopping assistant.

By Adam

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