Vive viverse HTC

Meta isn’t the only large technology company building its own VR metaverse. HTC has a longstanding interest in virtual reality technology through its Vive headset, and this week it has been showing off its ‘Viverse’ metaverse at the Mobile World Congress conference.

It’s a virtual world accessed through PCs, smartphones, tablets and headsets (including HTC’s new Vive Flow AR glasses) with a big emphasis on an open ecosystem. That means partnerships with other developers and services to build their own parts of the Viverse, including a music/tech startup. Beatday is described as “the world’s first holographic music platform”, and was one of the partners highlighted by HTC in its Viverse announcement.

“Enter the Beatday music universe with your friends, create your avatar, find your viewing angle, move and fly freely to participate in the performances, and create a unique music experience by playing,” is how its pitch goes.

Virtual merch will also be part of the offering for Beatday, which like HTC is headquartered in Taiwan. Its most recent demo video is here.

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