Polygon is partnering up with Spatial Labs, according to an official blog post published by the network on March 15th. This project, also known as sLabs, will create hardware and devices to make accessing the metaverse simple and efficient. Polygon‘s infrastructure advantages, such as speed and cost-effectiveness, influenced this revolutionary project’s decision. Aside from that, in recent years, the layer-2 solution has established itself as a go-to option for producing dApps.
Spatial Labs is a cutting-edge initiative with a keen interest in developing topics such as the metaverse. Iddris Sandu, a Ghanaian digital architect, created sLABS, based in California. This project aims to create wearables that serve as “physical entrance points” into the metaverse. LNQ is the name of sLABS’ most recent product. This new product, it appears, will blur the lines between fashion and technology. sLABS plans to release wearables that will allow users to join the LNQ ecosystem, which is expected to launch before the end of the year. However, given that it is still in development, the debut might take months.
The LNQ project will allow users to combine metaverse capabilities with products they purchase in real life. With this new technology, people will be able to build their Avatars, also known as Auras. This appears to be a representation of the users’ digital identities. Furthermore, these identities may be customized in the same way we do in real life. The ability to customize these auras will be linked to the purchases made by consumers through applications or in real places. Polygon’s NFT environment would be the best choice for this project’s execution.
Because of the decreased gas expenses and better scalability, this LNQ project will be constructed on the Polygon ecosystem. Furthermore, from Polygon’s perspective, this new initiative will assist the network is exploring the web3 potential. Polygon’s latest collaborations and efforts have emphasized the NFT industry and gaming. Several NFT projects, such as OpenSea, are already hosted on the network, providing support for the Decentraland metaverse. Now, the entrance of Iddris Sandu’s Spatial Labs might push the network’s web3 development to the next level.