HTC, one of the leading tech companies in the world, is proud to announce its partnership with Imversed in bringing mixed reality to life. HTC has its own virtual reality headset with VIVE, and Imversed presents an opportunity to combine HTC's existing technology with alternate reality adaptation.
Virtual reality, the simulated experience that employs pose tracking and 3D near-eye displays, has taken the world by storm over the last decade. While many imagined that virtual reality alone would pioneer the future, companies like HTC believe that mixed reality—a combination of virtual and alternate reality—will be what truly aids us in our daily lives.
HTC's VIVERSE is an existing metaverse ecosystem that connects people from all walks of life to an open and accessible virtual world. They aim to empower all users to explore, work, and play in a safe environment. Art galleries, meeting collaborations, and video games are already just a few of the options and solutions HTC provides through VIVE. Their partnership with Imversed brings them closer to integrating current virtual reality technology into mixed reality.
While virtual reality requires a headset or helmet that completely covers the user's field of vision, alternate reality uses applications through more common devices like smartphones. "We believe AR will be a mind-blowing future, but nobody's tackling that right now," says Ed Ow, Chairman of Imversed.
Imversed prides itself on creating the first mixed-reality landscape that invites all users to collaborate and transact in innovative ways. Mixed reality seamlessly blends virtual reality with alternate reality in everyday life. "We want to build something like Ready Player One," Ow explains. "You can upload any avatar, combined with AR and VR, to bring them to real-life utility."
Instead of a single, centralized organization operating within the metaverse, Imversed brings together a multitude of entrepreneurs, companies, and businesses to interact and trade. With its own virtual economy, individuals can break into new virtual professions that bring genuine value, allowing users to earn money with just a headset.
Imagine strolling through a subway station filled with virtual properties—for example, an Apple store. Through an app or a simple pair of AR glasses, you can go inside, virtually pick up and try out phones and devices, and purchase products with a click of a button, all while you are on your way to work. Later, the same day, your purchase is shipped to your house by a drone. This allows for an ever-changing landscape and endless possibilities for leading companies and fresh entrepreneurs alike to get their products into the hands of consumers with lower upfront costs.
Imversed's first demo is expected to go live at the end of October. In December, Ow expects to launch lands, commit to their first sales, and show a fully-functional app demo. "I believe that Imversed has the makings of something very explosive."
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NuLink privacy preserving testnet Horus
The NuLink Network team is pleased to announce that it has reached its first milestone of 1,000 running worker nodes for its testnet "Horus" less than a month after it launched testing on Sept. 15. NuLink now invites members of the global community to participate in the second phase of testing that involves its secret file sharing service.
Horus - a PRE privacy preserving decentralised network - is NuLink's testnet for developers and community members that enables them to test and implement proprietary security infrastructure components into their Web3 applications. Its onchain part is based on BSC testnet, and it comprises four components: the NuLink Staking Dapp, the NuLink Worker Node, the NuLink Agent and the NuLink File Sharing Dapp.
The NuLink team is excited by the success of Phase 1 testing, with almost all of its 1,000 nodes being launched by community members. It is now looking to attract even more testers for Phase 2 with testing bounty rewards and airdrops planned. Phase 2 of testing will close on Dec. 31.
"We were pleasantly surprised to see so many skilled and passionate BUIDLERs joining us to test 'Horus' during such a bear market," said David Jiao, NuLink CEO. "The NuLink team was working hard to launch 'Horus' as scheduled and the robust participation of the community in testing is validation that we are onto something that creates value for its users. We welcome more testers from the global community to join us for Phase 2."
NuLink CTO Pawn said 'Horus' was just the beginning.
"Horus network is just a teaser of NuLink's privacy preserving infrastructure," said Pawn. "Many more Web3 Dapps could be built based on its privacy preserving features such as encrypted NFT, secret social network, DDRM and so on. Our final goal is to guarantee that data ownership fully belongs to the data owners. We believe that is the true value of Web3.0."
NuLink provides privacy-preserving technology for decentralized applications via APIs. We enable and make it easy for developers, startups, small businesses and enterprises to build their own applications with all the best security and privacy practices.
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