Answers to common questions about the KSUB platform.

What is a virtual space?

A virtual space is a 3D environment that exists entirely in the digital realm. It can be accessed and explored from a computer or other internet-connected device, and can be customized and built upon using tools and assets on the KSUB platform.

What can I use a virtual space for?

Virtual spaces can be used for a wide variety of purposes, including entertainment, education, socializing, and even business. They offer a unique and immersive way to experience digital content and interact with others in a shared space. Take a look at some common use cases.

How do I create a virtual space?

Creating a virtual space on our platform is simple and intuitive. Check out our step-by-step guide on building.

Do I need any special software or hardware to use your platform?

You will need a computer or other internet-connected device to access our platform, as well as a compatible web browser. Depending on the complexity of the virtual space you want to create, you may also need a powerful graphics card and other hardware.

Check out our guide on how to build for more information.

Can I import my own assets into the platform?

Yes, you may import your own assets into KSUB, including 3D models, textures, and other media. This allows you to create a truly custom virtual space that reflects your unique vision and style.

Send an email to cole@ksub.com with subject line Request to add assets to KSUB for more information.

Can I collaborate with others on a virtual space?

Yes, our platform allows for collaborative building, meaning you can work with others to create and customize a virtual space together. This can be a great way to pool resources and create something truly amazing.

How much does it cost to use your platform?

Our platform offers both free and paid plans, depending on your needs and usage. Our free plan offers basic features and limited storage, while our paid plans offer more advanced features and increased storage space.

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