When Mozilla launched Mozilla Hubs in April 2018, they said that they would work on Custom Spaces, avatars and identity, existing tools. Hubs by Mozilla was released as a new way to get together online within Mixed Reality, right in browsers. Now, the Mixed Reality Group of Mozilla has launched Hubs Cloud with the aim of creating and managing all of the AWS resources needed to host users’ own immersive spaces from their company or organization’s own account.
Features of Hubs Cloud
It brings users’ own domain or uses Route53 to create a new site, running on a single EC2 instance or scaled up to multiple servers for greater system-wide concurrency. Hubs Cloud enables to customize users’ platform with their own branding, upload their own 3D content. It is also possible to select from the vast array of avatars and scenes licensed under Creative Commons for the Hubs platform.
With Hubs Cloud, users can organize do it yourself events. In addition to this, users’ deployment is on their own organization’s infrastructure, which means to keep their sensitive data private and secure within an AWS account their team owns. Hubs Cloud’s cost will be dependent on the size of your deployed instances, bandwidth, and storage used. It has two options: hub cloud personal and hub cloud enterprise.
It works with both the Chrome and Mozilla browser, as well as works on virtual reality devices such as the Oculus Quest, Oculus Go, and Samsung Gear VR.
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