Upcoming Color World App from Color Star Will Open Up the Metaverse for Millions

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Upcoming Color World App from Color Star Will Open Up the Metaverse for Millions

As education and various types of training have been shifting from brick-and-mortar classes to online, the demand for and popularity of online education and training platforms has been rising. In addition, the pandemic increased the appeal of remote training exponentially. Color Star, a company founded in 2007, is a significant player in online education with a novel approach. Color Star is partnering with celebrities and a vast pool of talent from worldwide. Its partnering talent counts Asian and Western celebs— AshantiWiz Khalifa, and Machine Gun Kelly, to name just a few. 

With the advent of the modern-day virtual reality—metaverse—where people interact in a computer-generated environment, Color Star is staying on top of the trend, having created a disruptive application that is posed to bring partner talent closer to app’s patrons and fulfill their aspirations. The AI-controlled app is slated for launch in 2022. “I want to give people the stage and the platform to let their dreams come true,” says Color Star CEO Lucas Capetian.

As soon as Color Star became visible and talked about, Lucas chose to use an avatar as his profile picture in social media accounts giving rise to various rumors. Yet, given that many celebrities use trendy NFTs as their profile pictures, Lucas’s approach is perfectly in line with the current trend and serves as added proof of the CEO’s full-fledged involvement with its innovative stance. With two successful companies under his belt—software and an AI— that prospered thanks to his management, Lucas continues his lucky streak, this time with Color Star. “It is not only about playing the game,” says Lucas. “I want to have a social responsibility to make the new virtual world support real life.” 

The virtual reality world within the Color World app’s realm opens up a myriad of opportunities often unattainable in the real world, along with a chance to make real money while fulfilling one’s desires and aspirations in the metaverse. Whether the app user aspires to design and even sell clothes for real money, or create artwork, or just shoot the breeze with friends in a virtual coffee shop, or stroll in a shopping mall, or go for a walk or a run in a park, the Color World metaverse opens up endless opportunities. The app will include virtual character functions, intelligent interaction, automatic NFT generation, and second life development, to name a few possibilities. App users will be able to register an identity they choose, create an avatar capable of living a life of its own at his master’s will. In the Color World app, all users will be able to make friends, play sports, buy homes, and create businesses; all like in real life. On the fun and entertainment side, users can stage concerts and even make movies and show them to other Color World's users worldwide. In the light of the pandemic-induced social restrictions and limited travel opportunities, the app is a boon for travel-hungry and partly isolated people.

At the time of the launch, Color Star plans to stage a series of online and offline events enabling followers to join various events from press conferences to celebrity metaverse concerts. The app’s ultimate goal is to allow everyone to live a life of their choice and become a metaverse star. In the meantime, Color World has enlisted such star athletes as basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal and Spanish soccer idol David Villa for a long-term partnership with the platform. 

Color World is in the talks to bring on board more celebrities, further enhancing the app’s allure. With the app’s late January launch, the AI application in the entertainment industry will make the next quantum leap, thanks to Color World.

 

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