Five characters drawn from the most popular non-fungible token (NFT) collections are starring in a television series in which the public can participate by purchasing a production pass. A monkey from the collection Bored Ape Yacht Club, a girl from World of Women and two more characters from projects like Cool Cat and Doodle, have come to life to be part of the R3al metaverse animated video series that audiences can enjoy on television. In his first episode, the funny series recreates the life of the avatars in NFT after they escape from their metaverses. However, its creators promise to give the twist to the plot that the public decides once they acquire the production passes that are available. The program was launched as an initiative of the startup Invisible Universe, who used one NFT from each of the aforementioned collections to create characters 3D full body.
The animation studio of R3al Metaverse will cast a casting to select 50 NFT avatars from the community that will appear in the series as cameo characters. Source: therealmetaverse.wtf.
Avatars in BFT from the public can also appear as stars
After the release of the first six chapters of the series, its creators promised that the avatar owners of those five collectible projects they can choose to have a presence in the series with a cameo role. In fact, the protagonist ape, Pete is actually an avatar property by Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit and patron of the animation studio that created the video series. The Invisible Universe team says on its website that it is made up of “storytellers and artists who harness the experiences of Walt Disney Studios, Warner Brothers, Netflix, MGM and Snap to bring franchise development to the new media landscape.” In itself, the company has presented to the community its proposal and its Roadmap inspired by popular NFT projects. As of now, the project has 7,200 passes available for the community to opt for a ticket to produce some chapters of the series. The owners of these tickets will have access to other benefits such as receiving project airdrops, according to their creators.