Gangster rap connoisseur Arabian Prince dives into the Web3 pool to reinvent America’s healthcare system through the metaverse. As a founding member of the Compton-based NWA rap group, California Prince attempts to fix the broken wheel that the healthcare system turns on by literally switching vehicles. By building a “photorealistic digital twin” of the US healthcare system. One where patients can access doctors, feedback and even prescriptions; cheaper and more accessible.
“We didn’t want to do anything that looks like the other metaverses that looks very cartoonish. We knew healthcare; you have to be serious. You can’t have someone who looks like Luigi from Mario Brothers speaking to you as a doctor.” – Arab Prince.
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With the help of Nvidia’s Omniverse 3-D platform and Epic Games’ Unreal Engine, Prince hopes to build a future where tOnly if someone has to go to the hospital for an operation or a physical examination. Prince’s new medical metaverse adventure comes as a surprise to most. As a small tech-head at a young age, however, Prince has always been fascinated by new technologies.
As a young boy on the streets of Compton, Prince taught himself how to make music by learning to program before his seventeenth birthday. Prince commented on his environment forcing him to protect his talents growing up. A brilliant boy who disguised his skills, Prince kept to himself when pursuing his other passions. However, with the help of bright minds and supporters, Arabian Prince ventures into the metaverse to give back to the communities he knows all too well.
“Back when I was making music, I was this really, really smart kid with a high IQ hiding it. It wasn’t really cool or hip to be smart in Compton. When you were young you were often beaten. Now everyone comes to me when they want to get into the technique, including doctor friends who have inquired about the metaverse.” – Arabian Prince