Pixelynx’s latest project, Korus, sees it exploring AI music, including its opportunities for human musicians
Electronic music brand Beatport’s evolution through partnerships continues: it announced its two latest alliances last week.
web3 music startup Pixelynx is using NFTs to give players early access to its upcoming music mobile game Elynxir.
Animoca Brands has emerged as one of the biggest players in web3, gaming and NFTs, thanks in part to its investments in startups.
Pixelynx began life as a startup helping musicians to forge partnerships with metaverse companies, with co-founders including deadmau5.
The company, founded by musicians deadmau5 and Plastikman, has unveiled its first mobile game, and investment from Niantic.
Beatport is the latest music company exploring the world of NFTs, via a partnership with deadmau5 and Richie Hawtin’s startup Pixelynx.
Pixelynx is the gaming venture from Joel Zimmerman (aka deadmau5) and Richie Hawtin, helping artists “digitise their brands into collectible goods for use in gaming and virtual worlds”.
Pixelynx is the ‘direct-to-avatar’ startup launched earlier this year by electronic musicians Joel ‘Deadmau5’ Zimmerman and Richie ‘Plastikman’ Hawtin, among other co-founders.
It was focused on helping artists and other public figures “digitise their brands into collectible goods for use in gaming and virtual worlds”. Now we know more about its plans to create one of those worlds of its own.
Pixelynx is working with Pokémon Go creator Niantic’s recently-unveiled Lightship platform to build a mobile game based around music, augmented reality and NFTs.
We know about ‘direct-to-consumer’ companies, but ‘direct-to-avatar’ is a new term for us. That’s the phrase being used by a new startup called Pixelynx which includes some familiar names from the music […]