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From AltspaceVR to Babylon.js 5: The Next Step in Metaverse Development


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I am excited to announce that I am launching a metaverse development platform. As we say goodbye to AltspaceVR on March 10, 2023, I want to assure the community that education and immersive experiences will continue through this platform.

My focus will now shift to using Babylon.js 5, which is a more capable engine for VR and XR development. This engine allows for greater possibilities and better performance in creating immersive experiences. I invite anyone interested to join me in learning and exploring the capabilities of Babylon.js 5 for metaverse development. 


We understand that AltspaceVR has been a beloved platform for many, and we want to remind everyone that the memories and connections made will not be forgotten. Our goal is to build a more open, accessible, and secure version of immersive experiences in the metaverse.

We invite creators and developers to join us in this new journey and continue to explore and express themselves. For more information on MetaScript and to stay updated on our progress, please visit our website and sign up for updates.

We appreciate your support and look forward to the future of metaverse development with you.

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