Lecture and demonstration on the future of the 3D Internet "Interverse Concept"

future of the 3D Internet

3Di, Inc. provides services for the development of three-dimensional (3D) Internet solutions and will participate in the virtual world event "Virtual Worlds Conference and Expo (*1)" to be held in Los Angeles, California. He will present a lecture and demonstration of his "Interverse Concept" at the conference from 13:00 on Thursday, September 4.

"Interverse" is a term that describes the connection between different metaverses, allowing users to view different metaverses through a single viewer.

Just as browsers allow users to browse different websites, connecting different 3D internet sites around the world in a seamless connection is to achieve the "Interverse Concept" where users can visit any metaverse in the world. By achieving this concept, where connections can be made between different metaverses, various business opportunities are expected to arise.

Lecture details

3Di technology development members will give a lecture and demonstrate their currently under development "3Di Open Viewer (In-Browser Viewer)" and its "Interverse Concept" and "3Di OpenSim (*2)" , which is key to realizing the Interverse concept.

*Date, time and place of the lecture

1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Thursday, September 4, 2008, Los Angeles Convention Center

*Lecturers from 3Di

- Taku Kamata (Director, Technical Director)

- Michal Mazur (Senior Engineer, Principal Engineer of the OpenSim Project)

- Norman Lynn (Senior Engineer)

- Liu Xiaolu (Senior Engineer)

3Di, Inc. will host a booth at the Virtual Worlds Conference and Expo, which will be held on September 3 and 4 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


(*1) Virtual Worlds Conference and Exhibition - the premier conference of the 3D Internet industry, held in various locations around the world. 3Di will host a booth in addition to presenting a lecture at the conference.

(*2) 3Di OpenSim - the term used to describe server software for virtual worlds. 3Di OpenSim uses open source based OpenSim technology to achieve the "Interverse Concept" by offering a high level of flexibility and performance.