MetaMundo is bringing three-dimensional art and assets to metaverse environments through an NFT architecture built on the Ethereum blockchain. It’s specifically designed to power 3D files and metaverse interoperability. The flexible metadata structure enables multiple 3D files to be integrated into a single NFT.
Users from some metaverses, such as The Sandbox, Decentraland, and Cryptovoxels, can collect and own NFT assets like galleries, luxury villas, music venues, parks, avatars, and other creations from 3D artists, designers, and architects. Moreover, NFTs sold on MetaMundo come with 3D files which are compatible with Metaverse platforms. The new 3D files can be added to a specific NFT. MetaMundo converts and optimizes 3D files to create multiple metaverse optimized assets.
Before making the purchase, users will be able to preview and interact with the 3D files bundled within each NFT through the MetaMundo marketplace before making a purchase. Finn Hansen, the co-founder of MetaMundo, says the platform looks to pioneer NFT functionality across different blockchain projects. He highlighted that they are solving the lack of NFT interoperability through a unique architecture. It features a versatile and extensible NFT metadata structure, supports multiple 3D file versions, and offers the flexibility to add additional file versions later to enable future-proofing as 3D technology evolves.
MetaMundo has taken on a number of 3D creators that have extensive work both in the metaverse space and real-life art. The platform’s initial 3D NFT releases will feature Netherlands-based NFT artist Dutchtide’s Brutalist-architecture-inspired Japanese Zen Art Gallery.