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The Optical Metaverse to Host Breakthrough Event for Public and Vision Industry

The Optical Metaverse (TOM),illustration of virtual fashion model with sunglasses for the optical metaverse an event produced by My Vision Show, just announced its inclusive and visionary format for its upcoming Showcase and Fashion Show. Mark your calendars for July 7-9 as TOM takes you on an exhilarating journey inside The Omniverse City, in partnership with Airmeet, The Omniverse City’s Web 2.5 collaborator.

TOM introduces a feature that provides eye care professionals exclusive access to token-gated areas. Here, they can delve into the realm of new products and directly place orders with wholesalers, empowering them with the latest innovations. Returning by popular demand is a fun and interactive learning area where all participants who are interested in emerging eye care and technology trends can learn about their vision and how to action immediately. Visitors can choose from “traditional video format“ (think Zoom) and full metaverse exploring.

TOM welcomes non-industry attendees, providing a unique opportunity for eye care professionals to connect with fresh audiences and share crucial eye care information
that is typically hard to find. Registration is open for the public and all eye care and optical industry professionals with free admission until June 1 and $49 dollars thereafter.

Attendees are invited to participate in one or all of the event’s enticing experience tracks:
The Fashion Track and A Spec-tacular Fashion Show

Witness the first-ever eye-ear-focused fashion show hosted by The Omniverse City, featuring independent luxury eyewear brands like Kirk and Kirk and David Green, with the unique opportunity to virtually try on and purchase designs in real-time. Sustainable fashion and retail will also take center stage.

Eye Care and Wellness Track for Industry Public

Industry professionals will dive into the latest eye care and optical news and technology advancements and even gain valuable continuing education credits courtesy of the Clinical and Refractive Optometry Journal.
Irina Yakubin, OD, a member of The Omniverse City team, emphasizes the importance of eye exams, stating, “An eye exam can save your life, and I want people to be empowered with the knowledge and understanding of what doctors of optometry can do. At the same time, I think it’s time that optometry begins to work with other healthcare professionals more closely. ” According to the World Health Organization, 2.2 billion people in the world suffer from vision impairments, and nearly half of these, about one billion, could have been prevented.

A Chance to Enter the Metaverse with the Technology Tracks

The Omniverse City welcomes users to experience the current and future potential of Web3 through its AR/XR/VR, FIT, and AI-Gamification tracks.

TOM offers a safe and fun way for individuals of all ages to experience the metaverse without the stress of a complex sign-up process. Plus, individuals entering for the first time can receive guidance from more seasoned users to improve their initial experience.

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