MawariandCretahave officially announced their partnership this month, a watershed moment for the XR (extended reality) and Web3 industries. Creta will be integrating Mawari technology into their platform/s and delving into the innovative possibilities for AR (augmented reality) experiences within the Metaverse.
Creta, recognized as a next-generation platform at the forefront of metaverse game production, is venturing into augmented reality for both the Korean and Global markets through the use of Mawari technology, a first for the platform. Mawari, a industry leader in cloud rendering and streaming technologies, is providing the necessary technology to make the AR experiences within the platform possible.
As a direct consequence of the collaboration between Mawari and Creta, users will now have the opportunity to enjoy augmented reality versions of characters and worlds from all the interconnected metaverses within the Creta ecosystem.
Creta, located in Dubai, UAE, is a global multiverse platform aiming to transcend the limitations of traditional metaverse content through its high-performance public blockchain Web3-based multiverse platform. Its goal is to provide differentiated multiverse services that go beyond the conventional metaverse. Unlike existing metaverses, Creta is building a massive multiverse that allows numerous metaverses to interconnect and expand, realized with Web3-based photorealistic visual quality. Through Creta Studio, their game creation tool, anyone can easily produce high-quality games to generate revenue.
Creta has slated the launch of their multiverse closed beta testing (CBT) service for December, while an early access service for the Web3 community ‘SuperClub,’ which is integrated with all services of the CRETA platform, is scheduled for October.
Creta has partnered with Mawari, a pioneer in cloud rendering and
streaming technologies based in Silicon Valley. Its core technology
has been validated in the market through repeated success in the XR
industry with over 40+ deployments to date worldwide.
The Mawari Network is a decentralized 3D & XR content delivery
platform that breaks the bottlenecks of infrastructure supply for
real-time rendering, and the lack of local compute power on XR
devices. This is done by orchestrating a decentralized network of
GPU-powered nodes that run the Mawari Engine, a proprietary technology
stack that allows to render interactive 3D content and stream it
efficiently in real-time to mobile XR devices at scale.
Ray Nakazato, CCO of Creta, mentioned,
“We are delighted to partner with Mawari to expand the Creta experience into mobile platforms. With their technology, Cretarians will be able to enjoy high quality visual contents on any mobile device without compromise. Together, we aim to dominate the global web3 entertainment segment.”
Luis Oscar Ramirez Solorzano, founder and CEO of Mawari, mentioned,
“We are thrilled to partner with Creta. The trillion-dollar opportunity within XR will not be unlocked until consumer-grade content can be efficiently streamed simultaneously to large numbers of XR wearable devices. Combining Creta’s photo realistic visual quality and Mawari’s XR streaming technology can make this a reality today. This partnership has monumental significance – it’s an enormous step towards shaping the future of Web3 gaming and XR industries.”
Mawari’s Founder and CEO, Luis Ramirez, will be speaking in more depth
about how this partnership will help drive future XR digital services
at the GSMA’s M360 APAC event in Seoul, South Korea on Friday, 8th
September 11:45 – 13:00 KST. Mawari will also showcase the technology
on a demo pod at the event, in partnership with KDDI and GSMA Foundry,
the home of mobile innovation.