Founding members include Maxon, Adobe, Epic, Meta, Microsoft, and Nvidia.
As we continue along the path toward the metaverse, it is important to establish guidelines that will help drive open interoperability and collaboration. To this end, leaders in the industry have formed the Metaverse Standards Forum, a newly established governing body, to ensure this journey is as problem-free as possible.
Founding members include Maxon, Adobe, Epic, Meta, Microsoft, and Nvidia. The goal is to foster alignment on requirements and priorities for metaverse interoperability standards and help build an open and inclusive metaverse that enables the deployment of diverse technologies including 3D interactive graphics, augmented and virtual reality, and more.
“Ultimately, the success of the metaverse is dependent on specifying universal interoperability standards. By doing this, we’re establishing a unified workspace where users can explore new vehicles for content creation, while discovering new ways to be creative,” said David McGavran, CEO of Maxon. “The new Metaverse Standards Forum was established for companies like ours that build tools and solutions for content creators who want to remain on the cutting edge. As a result, we have long embraced essential software that provides our customers with the tools they need to engage with the metaverse.”