Last week, a court in Colombia held a two-hour hearing in the Metaverse—the first time a court proceeding had ever taken place via virtual reality in Colombia.

The magistrate had previously instructed participants to configure their respective avatars—their virtual characters—and to secure Oculus Quest 2 eyeglasses prior to the hearing, which they did.

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