If you shake your game controller in a live music venue reproduced in a virtual space, your avatar also shakes a penlight. When most people hear the "metaverse," they probably imagine someone wearing a head-mounted display (or goggles) and attending an event in a virtual space. You can see a performance that would not be possible in the real world, and you can gather together with people from afar and have fun. While people are increasingly having fun in the metaverse, supporting by the metaverse is also steadily increasing. But what does it mean to provide "support" by the metaverse? This article asks this question to Katsuyuki Nakamura, Department Manager of the Intelligent Vision Research Department, Advanced Artificial Intelligence Innovation Center, Hitachi, Ltd.