Mytaverse, a Miami-based startup, creates 3D immersive settings which provide businesses with digitally-visualized work spaces where they can do sales demos with detail-rich displays of 3D assets, interact around a boardroom table, participate in virtual conferences and upskill employees through a near-real simulation. Customers include Dassault Aviation, PepsiCo, packaging manufacturer Tekni-Plex and Zaha Hadid Architects. . No special AR/VR devices are necessary for entering Mytaverse’s Cloud-based fully-immersive world: it is both hardware and platform agnostic. By engaging and interacting with brands, products, customers, and colleagues, though any computing device and a web browser, users are made to feel like they are in the same physical space. “The whole deal was the metaverse can be summed up in two words: synthesizing togetherness,” says Mytaverse CTO and co-founder Jaime Lopez. “If we are able to recreate that feeling, the sentiment of being with other people and make you feel like you are somewhere else, then we are achieving our goal.”
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