Legacy web developer and internet browser Mozilla announced the acquisition of Active Replica as part of its Hubs ecosystem of developers to enhance digital experiences. Mozilla, a legacy web browser and web developer, announced that it had acquired Active Replica as part of its Creative Hubs ecosystem to improve digital experiences. The older internet browser Firefox is the latest to adopt the Metaverse. Firefox developer Mozilla has announced the acquisition of Active Replica, an immersive experience developer, to further its Metaverse strategy. Active Replica can host virtual events on Mozilla’s Hubs creation platform with this acquisition.
The multi-day innovation festival known as Mozfest was Metaverse’s first collaboration with Mozilla.
“The magical and immersive experiences that Active Replica has created are a perfect fit for our remote and increasingly distributed world,” wrote Imo Udom, senior vice president of innovation ecosystems at Mozilla. “Together, we see this as an important opportunity to bring even more innovation and creativity to hubs than we could alone. To develop immersive experiences and help organizations differentiate themselves with virtual technology, Mozilla will build on the Active Replica experience. The inventor from the Metaverse will then leverage Mozilla’s size, experience, and capability to accelerate the commercialization of his ideas. In addition, Firefox’s designer is making these new features available to the entire Hubs community.
The technology behind Active, according to Mozilla, will speed up work on demand, adjust subscription tiers, improve onboarding and bring new capabilities to the Hubs engine.
“Mozilla has long advocated for a healthier internet, and its commitment to and contributions to the open web has inspired us. By collaborating with the Mozilla Hubs team, we can further our mission and inspire a new generation of creators, connectors, and builders, “Ervin and Denis said. “We will continue to work with our existing customers, partners, and community,” says Active Replica.