With funds in hand, Eyre will reward developers over the summer with prize money as they create the new environment, games and educational experiences/apps - not to forget fabricating virtual businesses to employ refugees and the underemployed.
Non-profit partners and developers are essential to the experience
GenDev claims that it will generate ongoing revenue with an end-user store for large-scale virtual reality games, apps some free, some not and experiences - all powered by way of an advanced VR content-rendering engine.
The goal is to empowering community economic growth through real and virtual employment opportunities by way of multi-sector engagement of the UN SDGs, with a particular focus on the underemployed and refugee populations.
Eyre s co-founder is Henry Yu, founder of Kalloc Studios and former VP for the video game company Activision.
Basically, Eyre says, He s the father of today s modern 3D game engines.
His new code drives Terra Prime s world.