3Di has been mainly focusing to date on development and offering of 3Di OpenSim (*1), its server software for the construction of 3D virtual worlds, and 3Di OpenViewer (*2), its original viewer software embedded into HTML web pages to view and interact with 3D virtual worlds in web browsers. With its recently announced capital increase worth around USD $5 million, 3Di aims to expand its business offerings to include PaaS/SaaS services, such as a 3D conference system, by utilizing cloud computing. 3Di also intends to continue further development of virtual world functionality and to expand its service line-ups to fulfill user needs.
Cloud computing services would allow enterprises to deploy 3D virtual worlds without needing to invest In their own hosting hardware infrastructure. By expanding its business to offer both software and cloud computing services, 3Di intends to increase the adoption of 3D Internet technologies by enterprises
(*1) 3Di OpenSim- the name of the server software developed and offered for the construction of original 3D virtual worlds. It is the world’s first server software specifically designed for enterprises and based on OpenSim, which is an open source 3D Internet technology.
(*2) 3Di OpenViewer - the name of 3Di’s original viewer embedded into HTML web pages to view and interact with 3D virtual worlds in web browsers.