Metaverse and Web3 developer Sensorium has partnered with Polygon Studios to develop highly realistic VR worlds focused on immersive musical experiences, CryptoMonday learned in a press release.
Concerts, meditation and NFT
The Sensorium Galaxy Metaverse will feature meditation sessions, music concerts, the ability to create NFTs, and social networking with AI-powered virtual beings.
Founded in 2018, Sensorium has a long history of collaborating with Steve Aoki, David Guetta, and other world-renowned artists to shape the future of Metaverse and Metaverse-based experiences.
Inexpensive and fast blockchain
Sensorium’s partnership with Polygon Studios gives the Metaverse access to ultra-fast, low-cost green blockchain and a variety of scaling solutions. Going forward, the native token of the UNDER project will be based on the Polygon blockchain. Other parts of the Sensorium Galaxy Metaverse are also powered by Polygon, including NFTs, play-to-win (P2E), a recently announced virtual earth platform.
First P2E game
The first Sensorium product to be developed on Polygon is a P2E game called SENSO dApp. In this game, you have to sell tickets in exchange for SENSO tokens, organize music events in the Metaverse and search for NFT artists. Managing Director of Web3 at Sensorium, Alexander Firsov, said:
Polygon is a focal point for some of the most important Web3 projects and having the platform as a partner is an important step in increasing the ambitions we have for the Sensorium blockchain ecosystem.
Polygon Vice President Urvit Goel added:
Sensorium will be able to use a large, sustainable and highly compatible ecosystem and offer its users cheap and efficient transactions, backed by Ethereum’s robust security model. We are excited to see how the Sensorium ecosystem will grow and thrive under this alliance.
Polygon hosts leading Web3 projects like UniSwap, Aave, and OpenSea among thousands of others.
With low fees, lightning-fast transactions, and adoption of zkEVM and other best-in-class scaling solutions, Polygon’s zero-carbon network is popular with global brands like Stripe, Adobe, Meta and Robinhood, who used it to get started on Web3.