The first in-engine streaming channel for the metaverse is being launched by Sensorium. The goal of this 24/7 streaming experience is to introduce viewers to the scope of the Sensorium Galaxy metaverse, which is currently only accessible in beta mode. It also features a number of special Empyreal Parties featuring the company’s unique AI artists.
The Meteor Vortex is a remote place in the metaverse where AI-driven DJs Natisa Sitar, Kàra Màr, and Ninalis offer innovative performances for the first Empyreal Parties, which are accessible from any web browser.
With the release of Kàra Màr’s “Anthropic principle” music album last year, the first-ever to be totally produced by an AI-driven character and made available on Apple Music, Spotify and SoundCloud, Sensorium led the creation of virtual musicians powered by artificial intelligence. The generative music engine that powers Sensorium Galaxy’s virtual musicians enables them to produce original tunes that incorporate more than 60 genres.
In addition to producing high-quality music, the virtual performers use genetic algorithms and reinforcement learning to develop unexpectedly organic, entirely unscripted discussions with the audience using the Sensorium Galaxy Mobile App
The company’s virtual characters have already been tested by journalists from VentureBeat and PC Gamer with complex dialogs at some of the most significant conferences and festivals in the world, including WebSummit, SXSW, and Sonar.
Two further Empyreal Parties, showing the volcanic surface of PRISM planet and the visually stunning interiors of Sensorium Starship, will be made available after the Meteor Vortex event. Every new party offers guests the chance to experience the metaverse in its entirety without the use of a VR headset. The Sensorium mobile app will soon be available to listen to Empyreal Parties in addition to the web version.
Users of the metaverse will have access to concerts by top performers like David Guetta, Black Coffee, Steve Aoki, and Armin van Buuren, among others, with the global release of Sensorium Galaxy’s VR mode.