Invisible Universe Unveils Its Animated NFT Satire -- "The R3al Metaverse"
Taking a fresh look at NFT’s commercial rights by bringing together blue-chip project communities in an entertaining drama-filled reality show.
Invisible Universe, the internet-first animation studio, has been silently shaking up Hollywood as it continues to build out an impressive list of signed characters based on NFTs. Transforming licensed IPs into animated NFT characters, Invisible Universe is bringing the “fun” to non-fungible and playful entertainment to the metaverse.
For the first time, blue-chip NFTs are carried out of the metaverse and relocated into a Hollywood Hills mansion, following “Pete,” a Bored Ape, “Monty,” a Cool Cat, “Journey,” a World of Women, “Sam,” a Roboto, and “Claudine,” a Doodle.
With six short episodes premiering today, the NFT-based cast shares their hilarious and exciting experiences of living outside of the digital world and inside of a 3D Los Angeles setting.
In typical reality TV fashion, fans will be able to watch the cast befriend one another, face drama-filled events, laugh together, manage difficulties, and possibly even fall in love.
Our team of creatives has worked for 8 months to make this happen. 5 Characters, 5 OG NFT communities. This is all we can share for now, but check out our website!https://t.co/yiOixLtp6M
p.s. we’ll remember our early supporters. pic.twitter.com/RS8DAfAKpR
— The Real Metaverse (@r3almetaverse) August 5, 2022
The community-driven series is issuing 7,200 Producer Passes as NFTs, welcoming the Web3 space to creatively influence the direction and plot of TRM’s episodes. Furthermore, Producer Pass ownership invites holders of the five featured NFT projects to submit their owned assets to make for additional appearances – bringing even more PFPs figures to animated life.
“While other animated series would take years to develop and get to market, Invisible Universe is uniquely positioned to launch an entire series and NFT collection in a matter of months,” said Alexis Ohanian, Founder of Seven Seven Six and investor in Invisible Universe. “There’s something special about seeing your NFT come to life as I’ve gotten to experience watching Pete go from a .jpeg to 3D character, and I’m excited for Producers Pass holders to have the same opportunity I did.”
Prioritizing the greater community by presenting a large assortment of creative opportunities, Produce Pass holders will be able to share their imagination with award-winning animators to vote on narratives, pitch storylines, and even generate voices for future characters.
“Invisible Universe has demonstrated an ability to build indelible animated IP in public across social media platforms. We approach storytelling in an egoless way, listening to the community about what they love and want to see more of in our stories. We believe the next generation of consumers is going to demand to be more a part of the development of their favorite entertainment franchises,” said Tricia Biggio, CEO of Invisible Universe.
Invisible Universe will utilize TRM’s audience as the directing energy to entertain the NFT communities as well as introduce newcomers to the metaverse and its current supporters.
Invisible Universe has had previous success developing IPs from “Qai Qai” — Serena Williams’ daughter’s doll, “Squeaky and Roy” — the missing toys of the D’Amelio sisters, and “Clydeo” — Jennifer Aniston’s furry canine companion. The animation studio is backed by large investors including Initialized Capital, Dreamers VC, Seven Seven Six, and more.
“This series has endless possibilities, whether it’s a spinoff, new characters, or even a longer form series. We’ll see where our community guides us for Season 2 and beyond,” added Biggio.
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