OTOY’s Render Network plans to render metaverse on Solana

Jules Urbach, CEO and founder of OTOY, wants to democratize content creation, especially content creation related to virtual assets. OTOY’s technology aims to realize the promise of an open cloud-based meta-world through Render Network-this is the first decentralized GPU rendering network and 3D market built on OTOY’s OctaneRender NFT ecosystem.

At the first Solana Breakpoint conference in Lisbon, Portugal, Urbach Announce Render Network and Solana blockchain integration, as well as the cooperation with the NFT casting platform Metaplex.

Urbach pointed out that the project recently moved to Solana for multiple reasons. He mentioned that Solana runs on high-performance code fast enough to handle scene graph changes on the chain without sacrificing security. He said that this programmable and secure underlying infrastructure is essential for scalable and shareable dynamic metaverse content.

He also stated that Render Network aims to fund the development of the RNDR software development kit (SDK)’s open source Rust GPU cross-compiler tool, which allows developers to use the same code to target both Solana smart contract VMs and Render Network GPUs. node.

Urbach called Metaplex a huge opportunity to reimagine the NFT market on a large scale, and pointed out that storefronts and smart contract code can be integrated into the art itself. Artists using the Render Network can benefit from a custom 3D Metaverse-like NFT storefront coded in the asset, and can handle the payment flow on the surface regardless of the number of rendering contributors for a given NFT.

With Metaplex, Render Network will also enable AR creators to flexibly perform real-time updates and stream NFT rendering in real time in the cloud on all devices, including iPad and iPhone. Urbach said:

“For mixed reality to work, it’s more than just rendering. We need to be able to take all the data from the iPhone or iPad and use them to blend and re-light the scene.”

Some Twitter users responded positively to the news. According to Tom Langridge, co-founder of MediaFire.com, the keynote speech “is easily one of the most exciting speeches I have seen in the past decade.”

Another user referred to the rendering network as the “rendering Uber” and “will provide power to Metaverse.”

Render Network has been used by many encryption artists such as Beeple. The works of Marvel and DC comic book artist Alex Ross and Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry are also currently archived on the Render Network. These Metaverse files will save their creations on the blockchain for future use.