To give substance to a concept still evolving, still awaiting focus and organization, there Metaverse Standards ForumIt is a body established in July 2022 with which institutions and companies concerned with standards can cooperate Create interoperability standards applies to a open metaverse.
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What is the Metaverse Standards Forum
Since Meta (formerly Facebook) announced in October 2021 that it would be developing technologies for the Metaverse, there have been all kinds of theories about what the Metaverse actually is, what it is for and how it will be implemented by companies and individuals. For now, it turns out, she wants to be single The convergence of our physical and digital livesbut almost a year after Mark Zuckerberg’s announcement, it has not been concretely identified Details and procedures. Launch of the Metaverse Standards Forum On June 21, 2022wants to have a chance to Players sit at the same table (maybe virtual) Engaged in various abilities in this innovative universe ed Develop the basic technologies needed for its development.
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Who created the Metaverse Standards Forum
The forum was requested and hosted Chronos Groupa consortium founded in 2000 in Beaverton, Oregon (USA) by Intel and Sun Microsystems to create open standards Application programming interfaces Royalty-free, it aims to build dynamic media for a variety of platforms and devices. The head of the Khronos Group is Neil Trevitt, who also leads the forum. All Khronos members contribute to the development of API specifications, have the ability to vote at various levels prior to public distribution, and can accelerate the development of their platforms and applications through easy access to draft specifications and compliance checks.
How to join the forum
Currently, membership in the Metaverse Standards Forum is open to both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, incl Companies, standards organizations, industry associations or universities. Anyone can participate for free.
There are two levels of membership in the forum. “Participating” organizations can engage in forum discussions and projects. “Lead” organizations are those that I also intend to help moderate the Forum and may be willing to fund Forum projects.
Currently the forum has 35 founding members and more than 1,500 organizations Who joined the initiative, but new posts are registered every day.
Priority topics to be consolidated
After the first months of activity, the forum has compiled a list of priority topics that will guide the development of standards in the Metaverse. here they are:
– Interactive 3D resources and realistic rendering
Human interface and interactive models including AR (Augmented Reality), VR (Virtual Reality) and XR (Extended Reality)
User generated content
– Avatar, identity management and privacy
– IOT (Internet of Things) and Digital Twins (Digital Twins)
If the Metaverse is at present a fluid concept, and it likely will remain so for some time, there is no denying that corporate and investor interest has grown to the point of deciding to begin the process toward building it, whatever it may eventually become. So Neil Trivett, chair of the Metaverse Standards Forum, said, “Now is the time to start setting standards. I think what we’re seeing, which is surprising to everyone, including ours, is the level of interest in metaverse standards,” he said.
“Metaverse,” said Trivet, “will set Together a wide range of technologies, which will require a set of interoperability standards, created and maintained by various organizations that deal with this. MSF aims to be a one-stop-shop for coordination between standards organizations and industry, with the goal of developing the realistic and timely standardization that will be essential for an open and inclusive Metaverse.”