With flat.social participants are not chained to a grid of tiny squares like they would in a classic videoconference. Instead, they can move around the rooms like they would in any multiplayer game.
Learn more about movement & interaction
Your new virtual spaces can consist of multiple different types of rooms. Each room can be different - a mini-game, activity or something special for your team.
Dependently on the type of room, you will be able to host from 10 to 100 simultaneous guests.
See rooms & activities available
Build your own virtual space for your team or event by selecting from many of the available rooms and activities.
Each room is special and can be placed in whichever position you want. Fancy a quick retreat on the beach? Simply add the beach elements into your space :)
Each room has a gaming physics running in the background. This means you can bounce around, throw emojis, kick ball, squeeze through tunnels, race around, change your size, pull party tricks and so much more. All in real-time.
It's so much more than just a plain video-chat. Guests in a flat.social meeting can express themselves through a variety of virtual gestures and customizations on how they present themselves.
From becoming a godzilla to doing a frog dance, it's all built to be playful and interactive.
Engage your guests with interactive presentations and talks by using the spatial screen sharing and broadcasting features! Whether you're giving a talk or want to present something with a real-time video stream, sharing the live screenshare will be an experience that seamlessly integrates into the virtual space.
Absolutely! Feel free to join /f/Flat.Social-Demo which is a live demo flat that is always open. Give it a spin, we hope you like it! :)
Yes but for the best experience and full range of features we recommend using a computer with Chrome, Safari or Brave installed. Windows, Linux and MacOS are fully supported.
Any modern laptop with Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Brave installed. Windows, Linux and MacOS are fully supported.
Your browser needs to have WebGL enabled and have access to a camera and a microphone.
Use the WASD keys on your keyboard or tap around on mobile. Learn more about the movement and interaction here.