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Web 2.0 describes the current state of the internet, which has more user-generated content and usability for end-users compared to its earlier incarnation, Web 1.0. In general, Web 2.0 refers to the 21st-century Internet applications that have transformed the digital era in the aftermath of the dotcom bubble.

Web 2.0 does not refer to any specific technical upgrades to the internet. It simply refers to a shift in how the internet is used in the 21st century. In the new age, there is a higher level of information sharing and interconnectedness among participants. This new version allows users to actively participate in the experience rather than just acting as passive viewers who take in information. 

 

Because of Web 2.0, people could now able to publish articles and comments, and it became possible to create user accounts on different sites, therefore increasing participation. Web 2.0 also gave rise to web apps, self-publishing platforms like WordPress, as well as social media sites. Examples of Web 2.0 sites include Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter, and various blogs, which all have transformed the way the same information is shared and delivered.

The Web 3.0 is a new era of the Internet that is emerging and is based on technologies such as Blockchain, NFTs, and DAOs. These technologies allow for greater decentralization, transparency, and online collaboration and open new opportunities for innovation and value creation. The Blockchain enables the exchange of value without the need for intermediaries, NFTs represent unique and indivisible digital assets, and DAOs allow for collective and decentralized decision-making. Together, these technologies are opening new opportunities for innovation, value creation and online collaboration. The Web 3.0 can be seen as an opportunity to rethink how data is managed, value is exchanged, and decisions are made online, which can have a significant impact on the future of the Internet and society.

GAMIFICATION, AUGMENTED REALITY AND GEOLOCATION
The combination of these components will allow for a unique and interactive experience through animations and 3D models, showcasing the culture, architecture, and experiences of indigenous peoples. The design and implementation of intelligent routes will be created using artificial intelligence to adapt to tourist preferences and as a security feature. Additionally, geolocation will be adapted throughout the entire circuit as a guide and security element. Strategic allies for this project will be PLAYTUR, supported by Niantic Lightship.

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Comprised of 80 families and around 300 people, located 9 km from the town of Ollantaytambo in Peru. It highlights the quarries in the area, which were exploited in Inca times to transport stones to Ollantaytambo, and also mentions the presence of pre-Hispanic chullpas.

Made up of approximately 180 families, tourists who visit them can learn to carve in Marmolina stone. Its natural charm is the Perolniyoc waterfalls and within the route you can see part of the Qapacñan of the Incas (the main Inca's trail).

Community of approximately 180 families, its agricultural activity is its main economic means. The tourists who visit them have the opportunity to know the traditions and daily life of the communards.

Community made up of approximately 70 families. Its view is beautiful and you can see the snowy Pitusiray and the town of Calca.

The community is characterized by their good structure, they have developed tourist activities that include walks to the mountains where they make interpretations of the traditional "ACHUPALLA" plant

Community made up of 40 families who live from what they produce on their lands, have ancestral farming techniques and tools that continue to be practiced over the years.
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Made up of 200 families, its main activity is agriculture and livestock and they stand out for the textiles and crafts. This community has the so-called balcony of the Sacred Valley.

It consists of 25 families, whose main activity is agriculture and animal husbandry. In addition, the ancestral textile where they reflect their iconography.

Community of 200 families. Their most representative traditional activity is the textile industry and they offer to show visitors how they make their craft production.