Improbable Launches Early Access to M², the Innovative Tech Behind the BAYC Metaverse
An early version of M² is now open to the public, allowing users to test its full potential.
Improbable is set to redefine the virtual realm
British metaverse technology firm, Improbable, has launched early access to M² (MSquared), its innovative solution that powers the Otherside metaverse, a blockchain RPG developed by BAYC creator Yuga Labs.
M² is a network of metaverses comprised of Improbable’s Morpheus technology, Cross-Metaversal services, and metaverse markup language (MML) stack. In other words, it is a metaverse creation engine that allows users to build interconnected 3D worlds where people can play games, socialize, and create immersive virtual experiences.
In a series of Discord posts, Improbable revealed that its innovative tech stack had opened its doors to the public, allowing aspiring creators to test its full potential. A test version of M² is now available on Construct, which is widely accessible via web browsers. The firm has also made its MML stack open source on GitHub and published a lite paper that explains how M² works under the hood.
Besides that, tech behemoths such as Google, Nvidia, Ubitus, and Dolby will join forces with Improbable on the M² launch. Nvidia will support M² with its Graphics Delivery Network (GDN) that enables high-fidelity graphics in a low-latency environment, while Google and Ubitus will offer the cloud infrastructure required for online streaming, which will be complemented by Dolby's real-time streaming capabilities.
"Our mission is to bring best-in-class technologies to our network participants across sports, entertainment, and consumer products... We are delighted to be partnering with these market-leading companies," said Lincoln Wallen, CTO of Improbable.
By making its platform accessible, Improbable is setting the stage for the widespread adoption of M². Last year, Improbable hosted 4,500 players in the first Otherside tech demo run by Yuga Labs. It then housed a record-breaking 7,200 concurrent users during the 2nd trip to the Otherside. To learn more, check out its official webpage.