With all the buzz surrounding recent metaverse developments and tech giants incorporating Metaverse strategies into their long-term growth plan, Alpha Metaverse Technologies Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Shape Immersive, is thrilled to say that its leaders are regular featured speakers at We
Alpha Metaverse is partnering with the Space Metaverse to build leading virtual retail and ecommerce experiences. Alpha's studio, Shape Immersive, will develop leading metaverse solutions on top of Space Metaverse.
Alpha Metaverse Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce, further to its news release dated April 13, 2022, that it has completed the acquisition (the “Acquisition”) of 100% of the issued and outstanding share capital of Shape Immersive
The gaming industry has developed exponentially and is continuing to evolve with the ever-popular rise of the blockchain. Blockchain technology is bringing a revolution to the gaming industry and is already changing the perspective of playing and developing games. But what exactly is all this hype a
British science fiction writer, Sir Arthur C. Clark, once said, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”Augmented reality has the potential to instill awe and wonder in us just as magic would. For the very first time in the history of computing, we now have the ability
The ChallengeXR Media Group, a pioneer in developing award winning XR experiences has involved us to co-develop an advanced Augmented Reality app for Rampage, a world renowned freeride mountain biking competition.The SolutionRampage is an invitation-only freeride mountain bike competition held near
Our partner, M-XR, develops technology that can capture real-world objects and environments at scale. Their scanning system can accurately measure real world materials and produce photorealistic renderings of real world objects.
Imagine a future where consumers can virtually try on clothes that would fit them perfectly and they can purchase the clothes confidently in the comfort of their own homes. Consumers will no longer need to choose different sizes because computer vision and scanning technologies would have already de