The British dance music giant is bringing its famous high-energy set to the PRISM world. PRISM World is a music and dance-focused virtual world within the Sensorrium Galaxy Digital Metaverse that is slated to launch in the coming months.
Sensorium Galaxy is the brainchild of up-and-coming Swiss start-up Sensorium, after signing chart-topping artist collectives such as David Guetta, Steve Aoki and Armin Van Buren for its augmented reality environment, a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience. We are committed to delivering an experience. and black coffee.
According to Ivan Nikitin, Chief Metaverse Officer at Sensorium, Carl Cox’s performance makes the artist the first lifelike human avatar to enter virtual reality. The platform is also touted as “the most graphically advanced Metaverse event ever.”
The company explores the tireless process behind creating Karl Cox’s photorealistic virtual reality avatars, from detailed full-body 3D scans of the techno pioneer to how to create high-fidelity experiences in digital space. has been documented.
But fans don’t have to wait until summer to enjoy the Metaverse’s futuristic beats. Last year Sensorium launched its Metaverse streaming service, which includes a line-up of AI-driven avatars offering music sets 24/7.
Leveraging a unique combination of XR technology, photorealistic visuals, and generative AI, the company hopes to attract users around the world to the Metaverse, which will be available in VR, desktop, and via the Sensorium Galaxy mobile app. will be available.
Sensorium Galaxy’s ecosystem is powered by an in-platform currency, SENSO, which can be used to purchase concert tickets, avatars, add-ons, and to settle transactions on the company’s recently announced Sensorium Arc.
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