Mesh

October 8, 2021

 

Formerly known as Bash, this platforms relies on low-res animated characters moving about a 2D map viewed from above in an early GameBoy style. Participants can customize their characters. You can link to content such as slides, videos, and even external links. Participants can interact when they approach each other in the environment, at which point they can join a live video chat. The company even has a model for WFA (work from anywhere) employees to share an always-on virtual office space.

Best Feature: You can create your own environments with no programming required, using a drag-and-drop graphical development tool. Best for schools and educators.

Primary Category: Metaverse
Secondary Category: Video Meeting

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