Non Fungible Tokens in the real world

Hi,
I would like my thesis to discuss and provide a solution to the following problem“Nft’s Value in the real world”
I just need the first 4 chapters written
Problem statement : Currently NFT’s do not have any physical usage or value in the real world.
This thesis should provide academic detailed research on blockchains, metaverses, NFT’s and smart contracts, explaining how they each currently run and how they all come together.
It should then show how currently NFT’s are being sold for ridiculous prices, yet they dont have any physical use or value in the real world.
The thesis should then describe in detail the solutionThe solution to this is being able to attach NFT’s to already existing “Real world objects” like fashion items, cars , houses, clothes . In other words , taking existing physical products and turning them into 3D NFT’s.
After attaching 3D NFTS to these physical products (using smart contracts), they will then be placed on a marketplace created by me , which will allow users to buy, sell and exchange their NFTS. Only NFT’s which have a physical product behind them will be allowed on the marketplace.
1 possible problem with this solution : verifying the physical item is authenticThe thesis structure requirements
Report FormatAs a general rule, the body of the dissertation should be between 12,000-15,000 words this will normally corresponds to about 40-60 pages if you include some diagrams. We don’t have prescriptive style/format, but students should choose a font that is easy to read (normally 10 or 12) and are encouraged to use one and a half line spacing. You should include appendices for additional material not central to the report (e.g. questionnaires, screenshots) and these will be in addition to 12,000-15,000 pages for the main body.
Content and Structure· Title page· Abstract: a summary of the project highlighting major points and describing the project’s scope and conclusions.· Acknowledgement: any one student wish to thank.· Table of contents: detailed breakdown with chapter headings, section headings and may be subsection headings, each with page numbers.· Table of figures: location, number and legend of all figures in the report· References· Bibliography (optional)· Appendices
Chapter 1 (PROBLEM STATEMENT BACKED BY ACADEMIC RESEARCH PAPERS)Short introduction to the problem you are addressing and your aims and objectives, give a short review of the context and describe what follows in the main body of the report.
Chapter 2 (LITERATURE REVIEW ON NFTS, METAVERSE, BLOCKCHAIN ,SMART CONTRACTS)should normally include a critical review of the pertinent literature review so the reader would understand what you are building on. You may also describe techniques, guidelines and even existing products if relevant to what you will be presenting later. It is important that this review is written in your words throughout, reads as a coherent and connected piece of writing, shows the relevance of the material presented to the problem being addressed and provide some critique / analysis of the material and its applicability to the problem. In essence it is your analysis and understanding that we are interested in, how you build on existing work, understand its limitations and gaps, select from available methods/tools with some justifications, and present that coherently.
It is important you select your references carefully in your review. It is not sufficient to find 15 web sites which seem to have something relevant to say. Sources should be authoritative, accurate and preferably should still be around in five years’ time. Academic papers and books usually meet these criteria but also some web sources are acceptable.The structure of the middle section of the report will vary according to the type of the project.
Chapter 3 (EXPLAIN THE SOLUTION)how to solve the problem –taking physical products that ALREADY EXIST and changing them to 3D assets using software such as blenderattach smart contracts to make them NFTS .Present / Showcase them on wesbite NFT marketplace which we will create.
Chapter 4 (METHODOLOGY – PROJECT DESIGN)Project design, explain the methodology you used in the project, algorithms, software architecture etc.
Table of Figures
References
Bibliography
Appendices