Virtual Realities for one, for all.
Meet People & Make Friends
In Vircadia, there are people that you can meet, chat, and play with from every corner of the globe in VR or desktop!
Use Custom Avatars
Whether it’s anime, human, anthropomorphic, or something completely original of your creation!
Create Your Own Worlds
Whether it’s a home, a venue, a city, or something in between… with Vircadia you have the largest building space of any metaverse engine. (16 km^3)
From large expos and events to small get-togethers like movie night, this is the perfect place to meet in your own custom world or a pre-existing meeting world!
Mainstays of Metaverse
3D Spatial Audio
All voice audio in Vircadia is spatialized by default. Have a chat or experience concerts as they are meant to be heard!
FLOSS + DECENTRALIZED
Unlike most platforms, Vircadia is 100% decentralized with the full software stack necessary for a premium metaverse experience under Apache 2.0. Because of this, all aspects of the project can be customized.
All building and scripting of your world happens in realtime. This means that you and your friends can shape it live around you, together.
Windows, Linux, OSX
Vircadia works on many devices and platforms. You do not need a VR headset to create and enjoy social VR; you can use one when and however you see fit.
Crafted in Vircadia
Startup Asia X
Not simply a virtual conference, but a curated and trusted network, built with a strong desire to showcase startup companies that have both collaboration and co-creation in mind.
This event showcased startup companies supported by startup hubs, ecosystem builders, and startup programs from Japan, Taiwan, India, and other regions.
Okinawa Startup Festa
Okinawa Prefecture hosted Okinawa Startup Festa Virtual, the first APAC startup conference to be hosted with both online virtual reality and a physical event simultaneously.
Startups and partners from 4 cities across Japan and Taiwan met virtually to showcase their startup ideas in a virtual pitch event.
a dreamlike representative amalgamation of Santa Fe style, the Community Convention Center and a sea of walls bearing the actual artworks from artists featured at this year’s market. Embodying an avatar, users can walk right up to the pieces and get information on when they were made, by whom, what awards they might have won at Market this year and so on.
Industry attendees who joined the virtual expo were able to walk around to exhibitor’s booths, exchange virtual business cards, watch informational YouTube videos, browse vendor websites, and download various marketing material. All of these interactions happened in real-time with 3D spatial audio.