Hiber Updates Its HiberWorld Metaverse Platform with No-Code Authoring | Pocket Gamer.biz

Sweden-based Hiber has announced an upgrade to HiberWorld, its metaverse platform, with the use of Web3 technology and a next-generation 3D engine.

First to gain access will be Apple users in New Zealand, Australia and the Philippines, with the upgraded platform available on the App Store in those regions.

The new engine will enable real-time co-creation, collaboration, and improved performance and graphics. No-code creation is also available through browsers and apps, and holders of partner NFTs can use their assets within the platform.

HiberWorld is said to have over two million “virtual worlds” within it, designed to be universally accessible without the creation of code.

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Hiber intends to expand the rollout of the upgrade over the next few weeks as a replacement for the original platform, which has undergone approximately two years of testing. Expansion to other device platforms is also planned in the future.

“We believe that the metaverse, like the Internet, should by nature be open, accessible and free for everyone to participate and express their creativity without any barriers,” said Hiber CEO Michael Yngfors.

“That’s why we’ve built a no-code web and mobile platform that eliminates all friction and uses Web3 technology to enable interoperability and support digital ownership. We believe the HiberWorld platform has the potential to power hundreds of millions of interconnected virtual worlds, opening up the Metaverse to the masses.”

Haegin recently teamed up with the South Korean branch of American convenience store chain 7-Eleven to bring the store into the metaverse.

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