Frame is a web-based metaverse solution from Virbela that makes it easy to communicate, collaborate, and create in 3D environments, right from the web browser. It works on desktop, mobile, and VR because it runs directly from a web browser. Great for immersive meetings, events, classes, and more, Frame lets you create spatial, multi-user sites with ease. Their features include collaboration tools, no-code customization, scale, presentation tools, graphics, AI, scripting & API, security and street view.  

WebXR Virtual Worlds

Frame VR was created by Vice President Gabriel Baker. A former teacher and education researcher, he also makes instrumental music with guitars and electronics to create Ambient, melodic vibes.
“Fundamentally, we believe that the web browser IS the metaverse and that we’re entering a new era of spatial computing that will result in many traditional websites, apps, and services existing on the spatial web alongside the 2D internet that we’re used to today,” Baker wrote in a blog post.


The Virtual Worlds Museum chose to feature Frame for a variety of reasons.


The 7 platforms selected to be featured in the Virtual Worlds Museum WebXR Exhibit are:

Ozone, a 3D creation engine Cloud for the next era of the internet; OnCyber, a metaverse platform that makes it easy for anyone to create their own 3D, immersive experience that can be accessed from the browser;
Nowhere, a platform to connect, explore and create in the metaverse in seconds; 
Hyperfy, a metaverse platform that makes it easy for anyone to create rich, immersive virtual worlds;
Frame, an immersive collaboration space that works on desktop, mobile, or VR; 
VRLand, your white-label platform to deliver, control, and scale your vision for the Metaverse today; and
Spatial, a 3D gaming hub where creators craft and share immersive social experiences for web, mobile, and VR.

visit the frame VR hub

Experience the Virtual Worlds Museum Frame VR hub here: