Mozilla acquires Active Replica to build on its metaverse vision
The website developer Mozilla is known as an Internet browser has acquired Active Replica to build on its metaverse vision
Active Replica is joining Mozilla's hub's creator platform to help create virtual events, the virtual experience developer has worked with Mozilla during its multi-day arts and tech festival Moziest earlier this year.
According to Mozilla, the acquisition will be important to accelerate in-demand work, personalized subscription tiers boarding improvements, and adding new features to the Hubs engines.
Mozilla expressed both companies will benefit from one another either through one's scale or the other's development capacity.
“Together, we see this as a key opportunity to bring even more innovation and creativity to Hubs than we could alone."
According to Active Replica, it will continue to work with existing partners but the Mozilla acquisition will help to grow on its long-term goals.
Mozilla also acquired Pulse, a machine learning developer signaling Mozilla's pivot to focus on the future of the internet.
This development from Mozilla to build out its metaverse plans comes as the metaverse continues to draw attention both inside and outside the web3 space.
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