Frontiers in Art Research, 2022, 4(17); doi: 10.25236/FAR.2022.041706.
School of Design and Art, Shandong Huayu University of Technology, Dezhou, China
The "metaverse" has given more new features and possibilities to the form and way of future communication development. It is this change of data form and way, different from the virtual interactive civilization in the real world, that makes the development state of future communication change rapidly. At the same time, "metaverse" communication is also changing the trend of international communication development, with its decentralized features, immersive experience, and virtual reality characteristics, which are transforming the main body of international communication and driving a change in digital journalism, thus realizing a comprehensive change in digital communication. Therefore, grasping the transformation of digital communication forms and methods has become the focus of future development. This paper analyzes the current situation of international communication development by reviewing the concept and development of the term "metaverse", and explains how to promote the future development of international communication through the technology of "metaverse" to realize the digital transformation.
Metaverse; International Communication; Digital Virtual; Decentralization
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