The Telangana government is set to launch its SpaceTech Framework on the PartyNite metaverse. This will be the first official metaverse event in India, which commences later today at 5pm, 18 April 2022. State IT Minister, K T Rama Rao will inaugurate the event, with CEO of Niti Aayog, Amitabh Kant, ISRO Chairman Somanath S and In-Space Chairman Dr Pawan Goenka in attendance as well.
Hyderabad-based startup Gamitronics will be responsible to host the event through their metaverse platform, PartyNite. Co-founder Rajat Ojha mentioned that the event will feature a spaceship walkthrough, where two spaceships are specially designed for the event. Users can stream the event on YouTube, or jump right into the metaverse using a 3D avatar. Users present in the metaverse will be able to interact with other dignitaries and also ask questions.
Telangana x PartyNite
PartyNite, India’s very own metaverse, allows users to meet up using customizable avatars. Together, they can explore new worlds, meet new people, attend events, play games, claim NFTs, and simply have a good time. Punjabi singer Daler Mehndi has bought land in PartyNite, and is also the first artist to host a concert on the Indian metaverse platform.
The company behind PartyNite, Gamitronics is based in Hyderabad. In essence, they pioneer various areas such as AR, VR, and robotics. In addition, the company is working on electronic toys and enterprise robots using cutting edge computer vision, NLP and sensors.
With this launching, Telangana will join Kerala as the only two Indian states with a SpaceTech program. Hyderabad is indeed in a unique position to become a hub for space related activities. The program will be a means to address global challenges in the field. This includes developing satellites, space stations, ground stations, etc.