The extended reality gear manufacturer AjnaLens and the metaverse and gaming studio MetaStudios have established a cooperation to create immersive experiences and upskilling training programmes for young people. Making Indian youth competent, capable, and self-sufficient is the goal.
In India, the issue of widespread unemployment is one that AjnaLens hopes to address through the use of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies, as per reported by Entrepreneur.com.
“Our vision is to make India a nation of creators instead of just consumers when it comes to immersive technologies. We are empowering India’s XR developers and creators to build immersive experiences from India, for the world. MetaStudios has a strong team with deep expertise and a focus on ROI for their customers. By combining their superior quality training experiences and our Made-in-India XR headsets, we are aiming to revolutionise learning and human development across industries,” said Pankaj Raut, CEO, AjnaLens.
Additionally, users can master a variety of skills inside the virtual world thanks to their new AjnaXR glasses and AjnaVidya learning platform. Additionally, they offer leaderboards that track learning performances and results and enable user interaction.
“Our Partnership with AjnaLens is a big step towards reshaping the way we imagine education and training. The world is changing faster than ever, and there is a strong need to upgrade the content and platform for providing skill based training to our youth – make them future ready. With the combined strength of AjnaLens’ hardware and MetaStudios’ immersive content, we are stepping on an ambition to build a skilled workforce from India, for the world,” said Kapil Dhiman, CEO, MetaStudios.
Modern game and Metaverse development studio MetaStudios is dedicated to creating unique immersive experiences. With a team of professionals in art, design, programming, and AI, MetaStudios is attempting to redefine the Metaverse’s future by pushing the limits of what is now feasible.
It is a Human-First Organisation, AjnaLens. AjnaLens, which is named after “Ajna,” the sixth chakra or third eye, aims to improve people’s lives and assist them in realising their full potential. By reimagining learning and human development, the impact-driven firm aims to build a world with equitable economic possibilities that prioritises skills.