Virtual Mobility System - One Step Ahead
Published on June 4, 2016 um 20:00
Explain your idea in details:
Virtual Mobility System is a revolutionary social network that allows people to enter the virtual world using virtual glasses, where each person has its own avatar a virtual version of oneself that one can control from distance, in this case, from the real world. The virtual world, on the other hand, is a platform that comprises scanned cities, either real or imaginary ones, outdoor and indoor facilities where people from all over the world can virtually meet, exchange ideas, share knowledge or just hang there for fun, with no travel expenses and complete safety. First, you should create your own account and an avatar. The account provides many features such as: friends list so you can be in virtual touch with them; maps and teleport options; translate options for talking with strangers who do not speak your language; choosing outfit depending on the occasion; documents for presenting them on virtual business meetings. After that, you have access to every part of the virtual world and you can teleport wherever you want. However, there are some private places for which you need permissions. This allows privacy for selected people only, for instance, during conferences. Other places, like parks, streets or shops are public. You do not need virtual money to function in the virtual world, since using teleport, meeting people and exploring cities is completely free. If you want more, you can buy things virtually using virtual money, which can be obtained by contributing to the virtual society in many ways. There are quite some things that you can buy from additional clothing to office buildings. The virtual world also has laws and penalties in order to provide a safe and pleasant virtual experience.
Expected impact of your idea on sustainable development
Growing technologies mean growing possibilities to make life easier. The ability to be at the right place, talking with the right people, and introducing them your ideas that otherwise would be impossible, can lead to both personal and world development. People from all over the world can meet virtually, forgetting the distance that exists. Here is one example: Juan G. (25), who lives in La Paz (Bolivia), has been invited to join the World Conference in Virtual Berlin on Innovation and Technologies. He gets the password for the Virtual Conference Room and he is very excited about sharing his own ideas that otherwise would not be possible if he really had to go to Berlin. Because it is his first time entering the virtual world, he has to make an official account and scan his body figure, so he would have his own avatar. He puts on the virtual glasses and chooses the location. Now, he is in front of Virtual Berlin Conference building, where he sees many of his virtual fellow colleagues already entering the building. Before Juan enters the building, there is a notification that he must enter the password (he already has), and everything is set. He gets a round of applause after presenting his own project. The Australian delegation likes Juans project, so they invite him to present it again at their companys virtual office in Virtual Sydney the next day. That is no problem for Juan, because he can get from one place to another in just one second using the cheapest and the easiest way to travel. The following day, Juan goes to Virtual Sydney where the company offers him a real job and they give him a plane ticket to real Sydney. His dreams came true.
Plans for implementation and sustainability
The Virtual Mobility System should function like any advanced online computer game. There would be a platform that comprises scanned cities or imaginary ones (depending on the possibilities), it would be online, available for anyone, however the virtual glasses should be obtained. The initial financing source for developing the Virtual Mobility System is yet to be found, while later on it can be financed by adverts that would be part of the virtual world or donations from the virtual community for which they might get virtual monuments. The idea is to collaborate with as many people/companies possible in order to make all this function immaculately and anyone is invited..
I am a 21-year old medical student from University of Maribor, Slovenia. I have been working on this idea for quite some time, because I want to contribute to the sustainable exchange of knowledge among people where only personality matters, not the background.
Stage of Idea