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  • My mom is probably watching us right now.

    我媽媽現在可能正在看著我們。

  • She's 76 years old San Diego.

    她是76歲的聖地亞哥人。

  • And she would say, what are you guys saying?

    而她會說,你們在說什麼?

  • Everyone's gonna play video games in the future and like what do you, what do you say to that reaction when people say we're all going to be at home playing video games, that's the future of humanity.

    未來每個人都會玩電子遊戲,就像你,當人們說我們都會在家裡玩電子遊戲,那是人類的未來,你對這種反應怎麼說。

  • Well, first of all, I don't think that, you know, your mom, certainly, my mom would have thought that would be all sitting on desks on a computer.

    嗯,首先,我不認為,你知道,你的媽媽,當然,我的媽媽會認為那都是坐在桌子上的電腦。

  • But you know, and if if someone took a photo of where we are today, you know, working environment and then send it back 50 years ago and said this is the future.

    但是你知道,如果有人拍了一張我們今天的照片,你知道,工作環境,然後把它送回50年前,說這是未來。

  • Probably everyone said, oh my God, this goodness where all the zombies staring these weird tubes that looked like a television and we're gonna be stuck there and just doing this right, You know, which is what we do, right?

    可能每個人都說,哦,我的上帝,這個善良的地方,所有的殭屍盯著這些奇怪的管子,看起來像一個電視,我們會被卡在那裡,只是做這個權利,你知道,這是我們做的,對嗎?

  • So, you know, I would say that, you know, while we can't imagine where it is actually to me this is just an extension of what we already do today, except instead of looking at a power point and Excel and at a spreadsheet and some word, dogs were actually engaging in a very rich world that has a lot of interesting things happening in there, which could have, you know, the boring stuff but can also have the actual sort of fun stuff embedded.

    所以,你知道,我會說,你知道,雖然我們無法想象它在哪裡,但對我來說,這只是我們今天已經做的事情的延伸,只不過不是看一個電源點和Excel,看一個電子表格和一些單詞,狗實際上參與了一個非常豐富的世界,裡面有很多有趣的事情發生,這可能有,你知道,無聊的東西,但也可以有實際排序的有趣的東西嵌入。

  • And so I actually think our entire interaction model will change because now we were not bounded by those physical limitations because actually humans are very much about imagination and creativity.

    是以,我實際上認為我們的整個互動模式將會改變,因為現在我們不受那些物理限制的約束,因為實際上人類非常注重想象力和創造力。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • And so this this this tube that we're looking through that lens that we look through when you look at it externally might feel terrifying.

    所以這個這個管子,我們通過那個鏡頭看,當你對外看的時候,可能覺得很可怕。

  • But actually when you're inside it it's very, very rich because your mind is active, your imagination and your creativity is just flowing and so you can actually do a lot more things and you can actually just think about what the computer did just to work productivity, right?

    但實際上,當你在裡面的時候,它是非常非常豐富的,因為你的思維是活躍的,你的想象力和你的創造力只是在流動,所以你實際上可以做更多的事情,你實際上可以只考慮計算機所做的事情,只是為了工作效率,對嗎?

  • Despite the fact that we can't physically move, we're sitting in front of the computer and yet we have superpowers is compared to you know, are the generations before us, right?

    儘管我們不能身體移動,我們坐在電腦前,但我們有超能力,是比你知道的,是我們之前的幾代人,對嗎?

  • Because we have the computer but yet we don't need to walk there, we don't need to be physically there.

    因為我們有電腦,但卻不需要走到那裡,不需要親自去那裡。

  • We don't need to interact that way.

    我們不需要以這種方式互動。

  • And yet our productivity and our capabilities are amplified because of that.

    然而我們的生產力和我們的能力卻是以而被放大了。

  • So this is going to be the world of gaming, we will be amplified in our capacity but in our creative capacity because we can do stuff, you know, education is an interesting example work, we've been training our Children to fit a world that frankly is in the past and all the things we're learning are really sort of not what the future needs, but we do it because, you know, we think that's where the world is because you know, schools tend to teach the past, not the future, that's just the way they're constructed.

    是以,這將是遊戲的世界,我們的能力將被放大,但在我們的創造能力方面,因為我們可以做一些事情,你知道,教育是一個有趣的例子工作,我們一直在訓練我們的孩子,以適應一個坦率地說是在過去的世界,我們正在學習的所有東西真的有點不是未來需要的,但我們這樣做是因為,你知道,我們認為這是世界的地方,因為你知道,學校往往教的是過去,不是未來,這只是他們構建方式。

  • But you know, in this, in this thing here or really, you know, all sitting on those computers so called playing video games or engaging these worlds like sandbox where you're creating assets, it's actually really creative activity that you're doing and you're doing creativity without specific limitations.

    但是你知道,在這個,在這個東西里,或者真的,你知道,都是坐在那些所謂的電腦上玩視頻遊戲,或者參與這些世界,比如沙盒,你在那裡創造資產,這實際上是真正的創造性活動,你在做的是沒有特定限制的創造性。

  • I think of the potential there to be much more richer.

    我認為那裡的潛力要豐富得多。

  • And I'm also saying that we're not just playing one world, we're actually able to play a multitude of worlds and the multitude of experiences because we can hop in and out wherever we want to.

    我還說,我們不只是在玩一個世界,我們實際上能夠玩眾多的世界和眾多的經驗,因為我們可以在任何我們想去的地方跳進去和出來。

  • You know, I think the world actually, you know, ought to be celebrating more diversity, which is really if you think about it, you know, the hub of innovation comes from, you know, diverse inputs and diversity.

    你知道,我認為世界實際上,你知道,應該慶祝更多的多樣性,這真的是如果你想一想,你知道,創新的中心來自,你知道,不同的投入和多樣性。

  • But you know, because of what's happened, we end up being siloed into these areas.

    但是你知道,由於所發生的事情,我們最終被孤立在這些領域中。

  • Centralization has homogenous culture, right?

    集中化有同質化的文化,對嗎?

  • When in fact culture should be much more free.

    而事實上,文化應該是更自由的。

  • You know, uh you know, growing up in the 80s, there was music everywhere.

    你知道,呃你知道,在80年代長大的人,到處都是音樂。

  • Every, every other week there was some one hit wonder that emerged, right?

    每隔一週就會有一些一鳴驚人的人出現,對嗎?

  • And then disappeared, right?

    然後就消失了,對嗎?

  • But we were exposed to different types of music and different types of today.

    但我們接觸了不同類型的音樂和不同類型的今天。

  • You know, I go to Spotify, it's like Spotify is telling me what I should listen to and as a result actually it started to homogeneous for instance, music or other forms of culture because we're all consuming the same thing when in fact maybe that's not what how the future should look like.

    你知道,我去Spotify,就像Spotify告訴我應該聽什麼,結果實際上它開始同質化,例如音樂或其他形式的文化,因為我們都在消費同樣的東西,而事實上也許這不是未來應該有的樣子。

  • I think you once said life is a game.

    我想你曾經說過生活是一場遊戲。

  • When people asked you about how it plugs into gaming, I thought it was a great point and I mean and I was having this conversation with one of our booking guys right now and I said well we've got someone who works for us virtually and helps us book, guess.

    當人們問你如何將其插入遊戲時,我認為這是一個很好的觀點,我的意思是,我現在正與我們的一個預訂人員進行這樣的對話,我說好吧,我們已經有了一個為我們虛擬工作的人,幫助我們預訂,猜測。

  • I said if they book yet then that's a big win and we're like wow that's really good.

    我說,如果他們預訂了,那就是一個大的勝利,我們就會覺得哇,這真的很好。

  • And they do a great preparation for it and that's a big win and then we'll send them some tokens known as dollars and say great work.

    而他們為此做了很好的準備,這是一個很大的勝利,然後我們會給他們發送一些被稱為美元的代幣,並說幹得好。

  • And I asked my book, I said how is that any different than someone playing a taxi?

    我問我的書,我說這和別人打計程車有什麼區別?

  • You know, they've they've been creative, they've come up with a strategy, they got delivered some value and they got some points that are now tradable on the Blockchain or on the sandbox.

    你知道,他們已經他們已經有了創意,他們已經想出了一個策略,他們得到了一些價值,他們得到了一些現在可以在區塊鏈或沙盒上交易的點。

  • So again, when people start looking at this way, you can say that yeah, you're parked in front of computer, you're giving your energy, your ideas, your creativity, how is it game any different than your virtual workplace or even your interactions with facebook et cetera.

    是以,當人們開始看這種方式時,你可以說,是的,你停在電腦前,你給你的能量,你的想法,你的創造力,這和你的虛擬工作場所或甚至你與Facebook等的互動有什麼不同。

  • It all becomes very much the same thing, especially when you have it connect back to World World assets via the Blockchain and N.

    這一切都變得非常相同,特別是當你讓它通過區塊鏈和N連接回世界世界的資產。

  • F.

    F.

  • T.

    T.

  • S.

    S.

  • That you can now take out of the game and I think you once said assets that exist to support the game as opposed to games that exist to support uh the assets, I think is what you're saying, I might have got that wrong, but the way you're talking about this future is you can take your assets and go from experience to experience.

    你現在可以從遊戲中拿出來,我想你曾經說過,資產的存在是為了支持遊戲,而不是遊戲的存在是為了支持資產,我想這是你的意思,我可能弄錯了,但你談論這個未來的方式是你可以拿著你的資產從一個經驗到另一個經驗。

  • And that the games of the future need to cater to those transferable assets.

    而且,未來的遊戲需要迎合這些可轉移的資產。

  • Is that this future vision that makes you super excited and what you guys are doing?

    這就是讓你超級興奮的未來願景和你們正在做的事情嗎?

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • So we think N.

    所以我們認為N。

  • F.

    F.

  • T.

    T.

  • S are the center of the experience.

    S是經驗的中心。

  • A few years ago, we coined this term where we said, you know, because of N.

    幾年前,我們創造了這個術語,我們說,你知道,因為N。

  • F.

    F.

  • T.

    T.

  • S and Blockchain content will become the platform.

    S和區塊鏈內容將成為平臺。

  • And what that means, what we're saying there is that we will build and experience things because we own these assets and because people will build stuff for us because they want to tap into us, which is very different from the way we experience content today.

    而這意味著什麼,我們在那裡說的是,我們將建立和體驗東西,因為我們擁有這些資產,因為人們將為我們建立東西,因為他們想挖掘我們,這與我們今天體驗內容的方式非常不同。

  • We experience content or experience virtual goods, you know, in games as support assets inside those games, right?

    我們體驗內容或體驗虛擬商品,你知道,在遊戲中作為支持資產在這些遊戲裡面,對嗎?

  • Because of the fact that the game itself doesn't actually care about the value of the assets, the assets exist to support the game.

    因為遊戲本身實際上並不關心資產的價值,資產的存在是為了支持遊戲。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • So that's that's all it is, which means it's disposable, and therefore you can always nerve it, because if it doesn't serve the purpose of the game, as in the gameplay, which is the purpose to make money for the game studio, right, then we have to change it.

    所以這就是它的全部,這意味著它是一次性的,是以你可以隨時為它服務,因為如果它不能為遊戲的目的服務,如遊戲性,也就是為遊戲工作室賺錢的目的,對,那我們就必須改變它。

  • And that's because games obviously have a serve a minority, which is about making money for the game studio and therefore everything in there is valueless.

    而這是因為遊戲顯然有一個為少數人服務的,那就是為遊戲工作室賺錢,是以裡面的一切都沒有價值。

  • Now in an environment where you own the asset itself in order to bring a customer into your environment, you need to demonstrate that this is a valuable experience to you.

    現在,在一個你擁有資產本身的環境中,為了將客戶帶入你的環境,你需要證明這對你來說是一種有價值的體驗。

  • How do you do that?

    你是如何做到這一點的?

  • But basically showing that you have offered value to the assets that you might already have above and beyond you buying some new assets.

    但基本上表明,你已經為你可能已經擁有的資產提供了價值,超過了你購買一些新的資產。

  • This is no different than someone sending you an invitation because you own a Ferrari.

    這與有人因為你擁有一輛法拉利而向你發出邀請沒有區別。

  • Why did they send you an invitation?

    他們為什麼向你發出邀請?

  • Because you own a Ferrari and you know what you probably like fast cars and you know, you probably got a bunch of money.

    因為你擁有一輛法拉利,你知道你可能喜歡快車,你知道,你可能有一大堆錢。

  • So let me go and you know, pitch to you.

    所以,讓我去,你知道,向你推銷。

  • You know this P.

    你知道這個P。

  • R.

    R.

  • J.

    J.

  • Watch for instance.

    比如說看。

  • Yeah, that happens all the time because they associate with you own and therefore offering you value added services.

    是的,這種情況一直在發生,因為他們與你自己有聯繫,是以為你提供增值服務。

  • You know, which you may or may not have asked for because they want you as a customer.

    你知道,這可能是你要求的,也可能不是,因為他們希望你成為顧客。

  • And so in this future this is this is already playing out if you have a board a pop you're a desirable customer.

    是以,在這個未來,這是已經在上演的,如果你有一個董事會,你就是一個理想的客戶。

  • If your crypto punk maybe even more desirable, right?

    如果你的加密貨幣朋克也許更值得期待,對嗎?

  • If your land sandbox landowner, let me pitch you all these other land deals because you know what I think you might like this better.

    如果你的土地沙盤地主,讓我向你推銷所有這些其他的土地交易,因為你知道我認為你可能更喜歡這個。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • This is where I think it's going to happen as a consumer experience.

    這就是我認為它將作為一種消費者體驗發生的地方。

  • It's more powerful because people will come to me and also the gravity of the assets if I own them, I want to make sure that the assets have even at least retain if not increased their value.

    它更強大,因為人們會來找我,而且如果我擁有這些資產,我想確保這些資產即使不增加價值,也至少保留了價值。

  • What am I going to do?

    我該怎麼做呢?

  • I'm going to encourage as a community that more game environments use them and interact with them because it's good for me as well.

    我要作為一個社區鼓勵更多的遊戲環境使用它們,並與它們互動,因為這對我也有好處。

  • So I think it creates a very nice virtual cycle of value where you can build a game that has community ownership and these assets, the more free they are and the more they travel, the better it is for all communities, frankly speaking, but this is a model that doesn't work for game companies because right now because they're not on Blockchain, they don't have a way in which value can be transferred back to them.

    所以我認為它創造了一個非常好的虛擬價值循環,你可以建立一個有社區所有權的遊戲,這些資產,它們越是自由,越是旅行,坦率地說,這對所有社區來說是更好的,但這是一個對遊戲公司不起作用的模式,因為現在因為他們不在區塊鏈上,他們沒有一個可以把價值轉回給他們的方法。

  • So every time they would allow a user to leave the game through this kind of interoperability, they actually lose that customer.

    是以,每當他們將允許一個用戶通過這種互操作性離開遊戲時,他們實際上就會失去這個客戶。

  • And that's it.

    就這樣了。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • And so obviously that doesn't work for them.

    所以很明顯,這對他們來說是行不通的。

  • That's why they have to construct, you know, the tallest of walled gardens if they can to make sure you can't leave.

    這就是為什麼他們必須建造,你知道,最高的圍牆花園,如果可以的話,以確保你不能離開。

  • And then just trap you.

    然後就把你困住。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • Which is, You know, I mean, you know, I, I grew up in Austria in the 80s.

    這就是,你知道,我的意思是,你知道,我,我在80年代在奧地利長大。

  • You know, I basically, my mom used to work in in in in Germany in music and she used to work at the commercial Open.

    你知道,我基本上,我媽媽曾經在德國的音樂界工作,她曾經在商業公開賽工作。

  • So I crossed the across the border between East and West Berlin.

    於是我越過了東、西柏林的邊界。

  • And the only reason why people from East Berlin couldn't freely move is because there were these tall walls that you know at the potential sort of threat of life.

    來自東柏林的人不能自由移動的唯一原因是,有這些高牆,你知道在潛在的那種生命的威脅。

  • Um if you were trying to sort of leave that that's basically walled garden environments in the digital world, you know, you know, you don't get killed, but you lose everything right if you leave, you are actually saying okay, I leave.

    嗯,如果你想離開那個基本上是有圍牆的花園環境的數字世界,你知道,你不會被殺死,但如果你離開,你會失去一切權利,你實際上是在說好吧,我離開。

  • But I have to give up all my time, all my effort, everything I spent in this game, not just money, but social value, everything.

    但我必須放棄我所有的時間,所有的努力,我在這個遊戲中所花費的一切,不僅僅是金錢,還有社會價值,一切。

  • That's that's that's the that's the track they built for us.

    那是那是他們為我們建造的軌道。

My mom is probably watching us right now.

我媽媽現在可能正在看著我們。

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