Top Tier K9 in the Metaverse
Top Tier K9 is making massive investments in the metaverse through our affiliate Top Tier Meta, LLC (www.TopTierMeta.com). The worlds first fully functioning Virtual Reality dog training center is making it's debut early this summer. Users will be able to learn to train and manage dogs through a virtual reality system that includes Structured Artificial Intelligence (Structured AI) built into the dogs in the metaverse, invented by Top Tier K9, the worlds top dog trainer school.
Users will be able to obtain an Application level of learning (see Bloom's Cognitive Taxonomy) without leaving their houses or touching a real dog. There are many benefits to this VR dog training and handling solution to include:
1. Allows dog trainers to focus on training dogs. The owners of the dogs can practice as much as necessary to ensure they are ready to take the trained dog home. This saves dog trainers dozens of hours of time, allowing them to use that time with the dog.
2. New students at Top Tier K9 can master their dog handing skills prior to actually touching a dog. This will greatly decrease the time it takes to certify as a pet trainer and as a Foundation Dog trainer (training protection dogs, scent detection dogs, tracking dogs, sport dogs and more).
3. People with disabilities will be able to work with their Top Tier K9 service dog virtually, prior to receiving the dog at home. Modifications to wheelchairs can be experimented with using a virtual dog. The success will be seen through the load management algorithm if the modifications were effective or not.
4. Law enforcement officers will be able to perfect their handling of scent detection dogs through the virtual training center, greatly reducing the chances of creating dogs that false indicate because of handler error.
5. Children can be taught how to safely approach and manage a stray dog.
6. People adopting dogs from rescues and humane societies can pass a virtual handler test, greatly reducing the recidivism of rescues.
7. Veterinarians and their technicians can learn how to handle dogs more effectively in their clinics thus reducing patient stress and increasing the safety of the staff.
8. ...and so much more