Avvyland Framework

Brief Introduction
Avvyland is a no-code framework for building a network of immersive dApps, aka IDApps. Every IDApp, which we call a Brane, functions as a permanent and separate virtual space that runs on blockchain.
An IDApp is a decentralized application with an immersive mode for both creating and interacting with it.

What are Avvyland Framework's key features?

The immersivity in Avvyland is implemented via intuitive game mechanics that allow you to, for instance, intuitively work with life-like 3D objects. The main interplay between the user and the Brane also takes place in a 3D space, which features the most immersive Extended Reality modes.
The Avvyland Framework is geared towards user-generated content. The framework provides open-source protocols and user-friendly services for creating various content, from elementary objects to extensive virtual worlds. To find out more about how you can create content with these services, see the Immersive Content Creation section.
Since DApps are easy to use, any participant can create virtual worlds in Avvyland without specific coding or graphic design skills.
This low learning curve makes IDApps different from classical dApps. Users of any background can start building their own virtual reality right away because they learn as they go with the intuitive interface.
Moreover, thanks to blockchain architecture and built-in business solutions, the Avvyland Framework serves as an all-in-one tool, providing users with everything they need to launch profitable activities from scratch.
Avvyland's IDApps are designed to be multi-use, so entertainment, social, and commercial activities can all be run in the same IDApp. Avvyland makes it possible for users with any level of preparation to implement use cases of any kind, from narrow-purpose scenarios to self-evolving virtual realities.

IDApp Components

As the Avvyland Framework's core unit, an IDApp includes the following components:
  • a visual representation of a Brane – a 3D space where the user is present as an avatar (Avvy) and can build virtual worlds by creating and programming 3D objects. These objects are also part of the Brane, including the user's avatar. For details, see the Brane Object Model article.
  • a specifically designed server part called an L2 Node. For details, see the Layer 2 article.
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