Like most anime fans in the midst of COVID-19 and monkeypox, I’m more and more obsessed with VTuber doing VTuber antiques. If you are new to this area, “VTuber” stands for “Virtual YouTuber” and is a content creator who pretends to be a virtual character and creates videos for fans.
The field exploded during the pandemic, thanks to a series of incredibly skilled live streamers disguised as anime demons, cat ears, androids, and more. At this point, Japanese talent agency Hololive and American group VShojo have become almost common names in the streaming world, thanks to their viral aversion. If you haven’t caught the flow of their stars, you’re honestly missing out.
It’s just Ironmouse, a pretty pink-haired anime devil girl. She’s one of VShojo’s top stars, a cheerful and mean streamer, not afraid of ridiculous concepts like “irreplaceable tokens.”So when she jumped online and decided to make fun of her The Wall Street Journal When I reached the peak of the Metaverse, I knew I was looking for a treat.
During today’s stream, Ironmouse enjoyed an overview of the November 2021 video. WSJ Technical journalist Joanna Stern explored the Metaverse on a holiday in, wearing a virtual reality headset for 24 hours. Stern was only able to remove the headset for certain tasks, such as going to the bathroom. Otherwise she had to stay in the Metaverse.
This already sounds like a living nightmare to me.
Workouts, comedy club visits, play Beat saver It was part of a short trip to Stern’s Metaverse, but things got worse when she jumped into the Metaverse Virtual Art Gallery app called “Space” for a meeting. There she met Spatial co-founder Anand Agarawala at the NFT Art Gallery. It wasn’t a pretty sight, and Ironmouse immediately shared her thoughts on the matter.
“What a hell, see how terrifying it is,” exclaimed Ironmouth. “Ohno! No, NFT? No! Oh, God.”
Stern praised “Metaversey” Agarawala’s NFT art gallery for how good it was, but despite her best intentions, Ironmouse didn’t have NFT-based praise. “They repeat the word” metaverse “and continue to say” metaverse. ” Pixelized dog? It’s very “meta-versy”. what? What does this mean? What are they saying? !! “Ironmouse said. “Everyone, check out this amazing artwork for pixelated dogs. I paid $ 2 million! Pixelized dogs!”
I use Ironmouse for this because most ordinary people don’t think spending a day at the VR NFT Art Gallery is a productive use of their time. Take off your headset and get some fresh air before you buy your ugly pixelated dog!
Fortunately, MSNBC reported in May that the supply and demand for NFTs was low. This means that the entire non-substitutable market is functioning non-substitutable. Given that NFTs are generally considered meaningless scams, it’s absolutely best. But if the NFTs stay here (and hope they don’t), I hope Ironmouse is making fun of them. Her snark makes a big laugh.
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