This week BBMC member Jeremy Turner entered cyberspace on Oculus Quest to have a private meeting with Steve McCloskey. McCloskey is the CEO of: Nanome VR, the Matryx blockchain innovation attribution system, and Calcflow.
Steve gave Jeremy a detailed tutorial of Nanome VR’s professional and academic capabilities. Jeremy said of the experience, “Nanome VR inspires me to learn more about Cognitive Neurochemistry and Molecular Nanotechnology. Maybe now is the time for me to take a more active interest.”
Nanome VR’s Matryx blockchain allows you to collaborate on molecular design and still get creative credit for the contribution (even if it is a micro-contribution). In Nanome VR – Atomic distance is measured in ångströms…There is a wrist-menu feature to track this atomic distance. Photos below show the virtual messiness of a molecule when viewed on a large scale, menus featuring some template molecular structures to build from; Steve showing Jeremy a basic Benzine, which could be used as a nano-motor component.