The US firm boasts a team of veteran developers aimed at building open solutions for the Metaverse.
Croquet Corporation, a major tech firm tasked with building Metaverse infrastructure and solutions, announced on Tuesday a novel platform for its open Metaverse operating system aimed at providing interoperable, cross-platform functionality to facilitate the rise of the spatial communications platform.
The Los Angeles, California-based company designed Croquet OS with a bit identical shared virtual machine which operates on browsers across devices, including headsets, PCs, smartphones, and tablets.
The firm is releasing the alpha version of its Microverse integrated developer environment (IDE) for building virtual worlds, based on a standards-based and open platform for web developers.
The IDE allows developers to build and deploy “interoperable, [standards-based] Web and Web3 virtual worlds,” the company said in a statement, adding the platform’s portal technologies will allow secure travel and data migration across Microverse spaces created by developers and designers.
Users can tap the platform’s Web3-based virtual environments to publish across the internet, allowing developers a truly limitless design experience for shaping designing the Metaverse, the next iteration of the internet which adds spatial computing to interface with users.
Croquet OS will load instantaneously on devices via a weblink or QR code on all compatible devices, offering a persistent, low-latency, and low-bandwidth experience on the system’s Reflector Network.
The OS will facilitate multiuser shared experiences for Metaverse developers by providing infrastructure to synchronise data, real-time 3D (RT3D) objects, and interactions across devices, it added.
The tech firm also revealed its openness to developing the Metaverse via partnerships with system integrators, advertising agencies, and Metaverse firms, among others, to develop the successor to the Internet using Croquet OS open platform. The firm has also collaborated with carriers and providers for 5G carriers to develop Metaverse infrastructure via a special partnership programme.
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