Church services move to metaverse amid COVID-19 concerns
Many faith denominations now offer interactive digital venues to complement traditional services, but what’s unique about COVID-19 is the ability to experience spirituality in an immersive 3D environment through virtual reality (VR) technology.
According to a report by NZ Herald, Garret Bernal and his family were reportedly absent from a recent Sunday service during their quarantine for exposure to COVID-19. So he put on a VR headset and tried to pray in the metaverse.
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