• XLA, a community-driven organization of video game and entertainment industry professionals, has announced ‚Metasites‘ – a modular 3D internet framework leveraging metaverse, cloud, and AI technologies.
• Funded with an initial $100M USD, Metasites empowers users to create unique content in virtual worlds using Unreal Engine 5 content.
• Features include high fidelity graphics, OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 integration for non-active characters and their behavior, virtual assistant IVEE, and the ability to semantically analyze text and generate 3D scenes in UE5.
XLA Reveals ‚Metasites‘ 3d Internet Framework
XLA, a community-driven organization of video game and entertainment industry professionals, will today announce ‚Metasites‘; a modular 3D internet framework leveraging metaverse, cloud, and AI technologies.
Initial Funding & Features
Funded with an initial $100M USD, XLA Metasites empowers users to transform virtual worlds by creating unique content. Features include high fidelity graphics; core experience; instant access to the system in the cloud through the browser; OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 integration powering non-active characters and their behavior; virtual assistant IVEE; ability to semantically analyze text and generate 3D scenes in UE5; and many other features.
Unreal Engine 5 Content
Metasites allows creators to deploy Unreal Engine 5 content and connect to the XLA ecosystem of features and services.
„Emerging Approaches“ Panel at GDC
XLA Chief Product Officer Alexey Savchenko will present a demo of Metasites at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco this afternoon during a panel called „Emerging Approaches: What the Metaverse can teach us about Social and Narrative Design through Synthetic Media.“ The presentation will reveal Metasites‘ features.
„Infinite Network Of Explorable Spaces“
„We call them Metasites,“ Savchenko said during his presentation at GDC „and the idea here is that every one of these locations is part of an infinite network of 3D, explorable spaces. Like hyperlinks portals connect these worlds, and the core infrastructure operates on a series of open protocols and standards – much like today’s web“.