ImprobableIo Said That Everything Users Saw During Today's Test Can Be Built By Them Via M2 Tech:
After ImprobableIo's impromptu test event today, the company's CEO touted the power of their M2 technology and stated that everything users experienced today can be built with no technical experience.
On Sunday, ImprobableIo, the company working with Yuga Labs to make the Otherside a reality, hosted another impromptu metaverse event where they invited users to experience the power of M2 tech firsthand.
Following today's event, which featured a live stream of professional football player Alex Zinchenko, 200-plus concurrent users, and a dance party, ImprobableIo's CEO, Herman Narula, took to Twitter and stated that users can easily recreate everything they experienced today
“Everything you saw today you could create yourself with MML and world builder,” Narula tweeted. “There are no special skills required. MML will be open source and access to the technology will be through @MSquared_io.”
As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, ImprpobaleIo describes its m2 tech as “a network of interoperable metaverses to create interconnected virtual worlds and experiences for users to socialize, play games, attend concerts, create and build value over time. Leveraging Improbable’s Morpheus technology, together with components of Web3, M² builds, operates, and services new virtual worlds for other businesses in its open metaverse.”
ImprobabeIo is set to host another metaverse test next Sunday that is expected to hit some different notes compared to today’s event.
“Next week is a test on more sophisticated sound and interaction relating to making music. Watch this space.”
The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow ImprobaleIo and is working to bring you continued coverage of today’s metaverse test event. Stay tuned for updates!