Touchcast today announced the launch of MCity, the world’s first enterprise metaverse. Where any company can seamlessly deliver powerful communication, collaboration, commerce, and learning experiences. Companies can now claim their address in the metaverse by registering their .metaverse domain.
MCity is a metaverse-as-a-service platform powered by Epic Games’ Unreal Engine, NVIDIA’s AI and Cloud GPUs, Accenture services, and the Microsoft Cloud (MaaS). MaaS allows businesses to register their metaverse domain for free, build up a secure metaverse campus. Moreover start delivering immersive experiences that connect people together beyond time, geography, and language boundaries.
Touchcast also will be hosting the main Metaverse Summit this year at CES
This year at CES, Touchcast will host the main Metaverse Summit as a hybrid experience with more than 20 industry thought leaders. Including Andrew Wilson, Microsoft’s Chief Digital Officer, Richard Kerris, NVIDIA’s Vice President, Omniverse Platform Development IGM of M&E. And Bernt Kre Johannessen, Epic Games’ Industry Manager.
There are also several Accenture executives who share their metaverse journeys. And unique perspectives on helping their customers migrate to the metaverse.
The Metaverse Summit will be broadcast both in the digital twin of the Touchcast CES
During the Metaverse Summit, a 3-D hologram of the stage will accompany a digital replica of Touchcast’s CES booth in MCity. The Touchcast Metaverse Podium will make its world debut at CES. Marking the start of a new generation of metaverse gadgets.
“In a new digital universe, the metaverse will link enterprises, workers, partners, and customers,” Wilson added. “Seeing this world come to life is amazing. In addition Touchcast’s MCity is a perfect illustration of the metaverse coming to life using Microsoft Teams as the initial entrance.”
Touchcast has teamed with Accenture to help businesses get started on their metaverse journey. Accenture will be assisting its clients in taking advantage of the next wave of digital innovation.
Featuring 3D, photoreal environments that were, until recently, only available to high-end games and movies
Through cloud-based rendering on the Microsoft Azure Cloud powered by NVIDIA GPUs and Maxine software. MCity enables any of Microsoft Teams’ 250 million users to participate in a metaverse environment where they can meet, work, shop, and learn together.
MCity allows enterprises to transition current workflows into the metaverse to support a hybrid work reality without requiring VR headsets, high-end computers, or specialist software. In addition is currently accessible as an invite-only preview.
We need new paradigms and new tools to imagine a better way of doing things at a time when mankind needs to think differently about how it will do work in the future”. Said Edo Segal, founder and CEO of Touchcast. “For the past decade, we’ve been developing the technology for this shift. In addition in the last two years, we’ve hosted mission-critical events for the world’s largest corporations at MCity. It’s now time to let the rest of the world in.”