Considered cutting-edge in her field, and a thought leader on the implications of safety, psychology and physiology of human interaction in the Metaverse, Nina has been featured in Financial Times, India Times, CNBC, Newsy, British Vogue, Glamour Magazine, The Daily Mail, The Grid, Money control, USA Today, Good Morning America, The Independent, News Week, New York Post, TechCrunch, and The Insider.
Nina Jane Patel is the co-founder and VP of Metaverse Research for Kabuni - on a
mission to unlock the design potential in every child, and elevate life. We are
dedicated to providing the safest space in the Metaverse for kids aged 8-16 to
LEARN, GROW & EXPLORE - within a classroom environment and at home.
Designed for children to improve retention, engagement, speed, and health -
based on our unique, evidence based methodologies.
Aboard registered Movement Psychotherapist and a fellow with the RSA, ISPA, and
APAP, Patel is a doctoral scholar and received the Wilkie Calvert Scholars
award - “Unlocking the Potential of Immersive Experiences for the Future of
Human Society: Investigating the physiological and psychological impact of the
Working at the intersection of culture, mental health and technology and an advocate
for innovation, creativity, education and mental health - Nina has collaborated
with artists, body-based practitioners and technologists to generate innovate
projects, programs, performances and consultations to consider the how
exponential technologies will alter representational forms of human movement
and interaction in the near future. Examining multi-identity evolutions of
human movement within the context of a world in which virtual and physical
spaces are increasingly blended. Considerations of the body and human
interaction within intercultural, intergenerational and interdisciplinary
explorations of a near future of collaborations co-existing with AI, avatars,
immersive worlds, telepresence and real-time presence within creative places,
cultural environments, interactive entertainment and play spaces and its
In 2022, Nina was commissioned by the Canada Council for the Arts, Greenhouse
Digital, for new research investigating the relationship of the body,
creativity, movement and self-expression in the Metaverse.
Elevate Life - The Metaverse in Motion
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