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World Esports Federation Creates “Metaverse Council”

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The Global Esports Federation (GEF) has formed the “Metaverse Council” to focus on shaping initiatives to develop the virtual space.

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GEF CEO Paul J. Foster announced that the Council will include blockchain experts, collectible token (NFT) developers and media personalities.

“We established the GEF Metaverse Council to cultivate ideas, voice opinions, shape our metaverse reality, and access limitless opportunities for our entire community,” Foster said.

The board was chaired by Flare Internet Protocol CEO Hugo Philion. Filion sees great promise in integrating esports into the metaverse.

“Esports represents limitless potential and a whole world of possibilities for blockchains. I look forward to working with the team, empowering individuals and communities to better control their collective futures and experiences, and interacting with each other in ways that were previously not possible,” said Hugo Filion.

Council Vice Chairman Melvin Kuek noted that there has been a lot of debate around the concept of the metaverse and whether it will be well received by the gaming community in the long term.

The World Esports Federation has created a

It is understood that the GEF will promote the introduction of blockchain and NFT into new games and greater integration of the entire gaming industry into the metaverse. At the same time, not all game studios are ready to implement blockchain and NFT in their products. In April, one of the largest developers, Activision Blizzard, announced that it has no plans to add support for collectible tokens in games yet. However, it is possible that the company’s position will change after it becomes part of Microsoft. The latter, as we know, already has a large “almost metaverse” – Minecraft.

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Samsung cheated: the unique S95B QD-OLED TV turned out to be better than the company describes it

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Samsung cheated the unique S95B QD OLED TV turned out to

Earlier this year, Samsung introduced the S95B QD-OLED TV, which stands out with its new panel and 144Hz support. And with the last point there is a nuance.

Samsung cheated: the unique S95B QD-OLED TV turned out to be better than the company describes it

The fact is that the frequency of 120 Hz is indicated on the Samsung website, and the company spoke about it during the announcement. However, the TV was found to be capable of running at 144Hz while maintaining 4K UHD resolution.

The author of the HDTVTest channel conducted a series of tests and determined that the TV can indeed operate at a higher frequency than stated. At the same time, it works in full 4K UHD without various tricks like reduced vertical resolution and does not miss a single frame. Is that in this mode the color depth is limited to 8 bits.

In order to get the TV to work in this mode, you will need a PC, since modern consoles only support 120 Hz. You also need a video card with HDMI 2.1 and an appropriate cable. The author tested the novelty with the GeForce RTX 3090. Everything worked fine, including G-Sync.

The Samsung S95B QD-OLED is therefore a unique TV not only because of its new panel, but also because of its support for 144Hz at 4K UHD resolution.

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Xiaomi 12 Ultra camera options have appeared. They are fully consistent with the characteristics of the camera Xiaomi 11 Ultra

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Xiaomi 12 Ultra camera options have appeared They are fully

It seems that, at least in terms of basic characteristics, the Xiaomi 12 Ultra camera will be completely identical to the Xiaomi 11 Ultra camera.

Xiaomi 12 Ultra camera options have appeared.  They are fully consistent with the characteristics of the camera Xiaomi 11 Ultra

prototype Xiaomi 12 Ultra

The source published a list of parameters, indicating a 120x zoom, a focal length range of 12-120 mm (equivalent) and an aperture range of F / 1.95-4.1. All this exactly matches the camera specifications of the current Xiaomi flagship.

That is, the periscope telephoto camera will still be able to provide 10x optical and 120x digital zoom and will be characterized by an aperture of F / 4.1, the main camera will have an aperture of F / 1.95, and the ultra wide-angle camera will offer a focal length of 12 mm equivalent.

But this does not mean at all that the Xiaomi 12 Ultra camera will not change. The company can change all three sensors while maintaining the above parameters. At a minimum, the device is credited with a new Sony IMX 989 main optical sensor with an optical format of about 1 inch.

It remains to be added that the source of information is the Digital Chat Station insider, who was the first or one of the first to correctly list the characteristics of many Xiaomi smartphones and not only.

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AMOLED screen and no 5G. Motorola Moto G42 is getting ready for release

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AMOLED screen and no 5G Motorola Moto G42 is getting

Motorola seems to have decided to take the bull by the horns and actively expand its smartphone lineup amid impressive sales growth in the US.

AMOLED screen and no 5G.  Motorola Moto G42 is getting ready for release

Motorola has already launched many new Moto G lineups, and the G42 is on the way. We have renders of the novelty and some characteristics. For example, it is known that the smartphone will receive an AMOLED screen, like the G41 and G52. For Motorola smartphones, this is a good option, as they have an unusually implemented Always On Display feature.

According to the FCC, the novelty will not have 5G support, so the smartphone can receive, for example, SoC Snapdragon 680 or MediaTek Helio G88/G96.

As for the design, it is as typical as possible for the current generation of Motorola smartphones.

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