UXR.ZONE: A Brief Introduction

I first heard about UXR.ZONE yesterday from Tony (a.k.a SkarredGhost) of the popular VR blog The Ghost Howls. UXR.ZONE is a project created by Enea Le Fons, whom you might remember as the guy who spent 30 days in VR last year.

The site strongly resembles Mozilla Hubs and has the same functionality: you can pick an experience to load, and invite friends to join you. You can use it on the desktop or in a VR headset. You don’t even need to set up an account first to use it!

The creators emphasize the freedom and privacy of the platform on their website:

YOUR OPEN XR ONLINE SPACE to DO and SAY WHATEVER YOU WANT

CREATE your Space / EXPLORE it with your TEAM or FRIENDS
TALK, Share VIDEOS, PICS, 3D MODELS, PAINT in 3D and MORE?

UXR IS NOT STORING YOUR DATA

NOT PUTTING ADVERTISEMENTS IN YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS / BRAIN

NOT PERFORMING DEEP LEARNING ON YOUR STUFF

NOT SELLING YOU ANYTHING ( unless you want a whitelabel solution! )

If you are interested in learning more, here is their website. I am adding UXR.ZONE to my comprehensive list of social VR and virtual worlds.

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