NFT Collectors Can Now Showcase Them in 3D Experiences via Cyber

By Robert Drage December 02, 2021 In Crypto Art, Crypto News, Metaverse, NFTs

A new project known as Cyber has crafted digital experiences for anyone who owns non-fungible tokens (NFTs). By using Cyber’s platform, digital collections can be displayed in an owner’s gallery for anyone to see.

Virtual Reality NFT Galleries

Cyber is a new avenue for artists and collectors to showcase their NFT collections in a fully immersive 3D setting of their choice. Individuals can import their NFTs using their designated crypto wallet, and by simply clicking the ‘create’ button collectors can have their NFTs permanently displayed in their chosen space.

Example gallery: PlatyPunk on Cyber

Collectors who don’t want to use Cyber’s free default galleries can alternatively go to the OpenSea marketplace and purchase a custom 3D gallery, which they can walk through in virtual reality (VR) or on a mobile phone.

A Space to View and Buy NFTs

It’s also possible to buy artwork from someone’s gallery. On visiting a gallery you might find artworks you’d like to purchase; Cyber has enabled people to do so by visiting the OpenSea link on the artwork’s page and buying it, or placing a bid directly on the marketplace.


It’s also possible to link galleries for artists and collectors to collaborate with each other. The recent NFT boom has created multiple opportunities for artists to move into the field, with many opting to create NFT meme avatars to show that they participate in the crypto space.

Last month, Beeple’s programmable NFT was sold for US$29 million and no doubt will be displayed somewhere in the metaverse. Maybe on Cyber?

Robert Drage

Robert Drage

Robert is a freelance researcher, with a background in information science currently interested in blockchain technology and technical developments in the field.

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