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Eyeora’s platform is accessible via an iOS or Android mobile app, a PC desktop, or a virtual reality headset.
Eyeora, a UK-based virtual reality technology firm, has launched a social VR platform that aims to connect the masses to the metaverse. The new innovative development from Eyeora will make access to the metaverse easier, cheaper, and quicker for anyone to create, share and monetize VR content as well as experiences.
The newly launched platform consists of an app alongside a turnkey creative studio and was specifically designed for newbies or non-technical people in a bid to empower everyone to become VR content creators. The platform requires no technical skills or coding expertise, and enables users to create, edit, and share their own VR content in minutes, utilizing simple drag and drop capabilities to auto-sync numerous camera angles and save time and money on post-production.
Daniel Corazzi, CEO and Founder of Eyeora, speaking after the announcement, stated: “The birth of the metaverse means we’re going to see a paradigm shift in how consumers and businesses share content, socialize and communicate with each other in more immersive ways.” “Eyeora not only provides a destination for people to enjoy immersive entertainment experiences and events, but an easy and affordable way for everyone to create, share, and monetize content in the metaverse,” he added.
Eyeora’s platform is accessible via an iOS or Android mobile app, a PC desktop, or a virtual reality headset. VR content creators can use the Eyeora studio on a computer to develop and manage content, while content consumers can use a mobile VR insert headset or one of the expanding number of standalone VR headsets to audibly speak and roam about freely in the metaverse. Advanced subscriptions for creators start at £9.99 per month, but basic access is free.
Eyeora is the only self-managed monetization platform in the metaverse and enables anyone to generate income and sustain a career in the metaverse. Content creators, artists, entertainers, influencers, athletes, businesses, and brands can create their own 3D life-like avatars, 360 video content, customized VR rooms, and host high-quality, immersive VR events and experiences in the metaverse, as well as the ability to publish content directly to the platform’s social VR app and multiple headsets.
The platform consists of “content creators” and “explorers” (fans). Eyeora’s turnkey studio allows its creators to create, personalize, and monetize virtual reality rooms and events through subscriptions, pay-per-view, or advertising. Explorers can attend free and ticketed immersive events, socialize with friends in virtual hangout areas, attend corporate training, have a backstage athletic experience, or watch a metaverse music concert at the Eyeora hologram stadium.
Unlike other VR platforms, Eyeora explorers have always assured a front-row seat and VIP treatment, drawing them closer to the music and events they love.
The VR firm is backed by former Spice Girls manager Chris Herbert, tech top 100 entrepreneur Richard Pursey, and John Revell, co-creator of Ginger Media alongside Chris Evans. CeeLo Green, Ro James, Bridget Sarai, Dontae Winslow, Avehre, and the BBC are among the artists and businesses that have already adopted the platform.