ABSTRACT. Based on an in-depth survey of the literature, the purpose of the paper is to explore metaverse assets and services, virtual personas and identities, and movement and behavior tracking tools. In this research, previous findings were cumulated showing that deep learning artificial intelligence and automated speech recognition tools, dynamic routing and multisensor fusion technologies, and cognitive and behavioral algorithms further immersive virtual worlds, and we contribute to the literature by indicating that multisensory user experiences can be attained through cognitive and behavior modeling technologies, auditory and visual immersion systems, and digital twinning and geospatial analytics tools. Throughout January 2023, a quantitative literature review of the Web of Science, Scopus, and ProQuest databases was performed, with search terms including “blockchain-based metaverse platforms” + “remote big data management and visual imagery tools,” “multisensor fusion and dynamic routing technologies,” and “3D space mapping and object recognition algorithms.” As research published between 2022 and 2023 was inspected, only 177 articles satisfied the eligibility criteria. By taking out controversial or ambiguous findings (insufficient/irrelevant data), outcomes unsubstantiated by replication, too general material, or studies with nearly identical titles, I selected 33 mainly empirical sources. Data visualization tools: Dimensions (bibliometric mapping) and VOSviewer (layout algorithms). Reporting quality assessment tool: PRISMA. Methodological quality assessment tools include: AMSTAR, Dedoose, Distiller SR, and SRDR.

Keywords: remote big data management and visual imagery tools; multisensor fusion and dynamic routing technologies; 3D space mapping and object recognition algorithms; metaverse

How to cite: Woodward, B. (2023). “Remote Big Data Management and Visual Imagery Tools, Multisensor Fusion and Dynamic Routing Technologies, and 3D Space Mapping and Object Recognition Algorithms on Blockchain-based Metaverse Platforms,” Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations 22: 60–76. doi: 10.22381/lpi2220234.

Received 21 February 2023 • Received in revised form 22 May 2023
Accepted 29 May 2023 • Available online 30 May 2023

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