Spatial is a venture-backed VR and web platform for creating one-click NFT galleries and exhibitions that bring people together. As a metaverse for culture, we offer the most beautiful and accessible platform, where creators, collectors, and brands can host an immersive experience for members of their community.
Spatial was selected as one of the most innovative companies by FastCompany in 2021. We were on the keynote stage with Microsoft’s CEO twice in 2019 and were recently featured in The Wall Street Journal, Wired, The Verge, Hypebeast and Input. We are grateful to have raised funding from leading investors including the founders of Instagram and Uber, and have deep partnerships with leaders in the space, including OpenSea, SuperRare, the Hermitage, the Utah Jazz, WhaleDao, and more.
We are a passionate team of 3D Design and metaverse experts based in New York, SF, and all around the US. We are currently hiring; check out our postings and join us to build the creative, open, and interoperable metaverse.
We build things that solve problems for our users, and we do that through a robust feedback collection system to inform our roadmap.
Spatial is a place to learn and grow. We do that by continuous learning, while being honest with one another.
We're dedicated to pushing the limits of computing, and our success depends on helping one another while imagining the end goal.
People do their best work when they feel like they're included and valued. We want to build this at Spatial, where everyone brings their full selves to work knowing that they’ll be heard, championed, and supported to success.
Working from home hasn’t stopped us from bringing some of the Spatial office with us. We’re still tackling big problems, staying connected in VR, AR, Video Conferencing, and Sidekick, and having fun together, too.
Here’s a peek of what it’s like working at Spatial!
Why I Joined Spatial, by Rex Asabor
The advent of the coronavirus propelled students worldwide from on campus and onto Zoom. For me, and many others, college learning quickly became more dull and less interactive.
Despite our best efforts to further integrate video chatting softwares like Zoom and Google Meet into our communication routines, they still fall very short of the immersivity and efficiency of in-person collaboration. This Fall, most students from kindergarten to college are continuing to endure these pitfalls of modern online-learning. And for those already in the workforce, the surge of working-from-home probably isn’t temporary.
Reflecting on My Internship @ Spatial, by Daekun Kim
I have been working as an AR/VR Software Engineering Intern at Spatial. Despite having had interest in the field for a while, I had a deep dive in AR/VR through this internship, and I am excited to share what I achieved and what I have learned through this opportunity.I would like to thank Mo for always guiding throughout the internship and being the coolest mentor ever, and Anand and Jinha for allowing me to have this truly amazing opportunity that have taught me priceless lessons and skills.
Spatial has been mentioned in the news over 160 times in 2020 including in major publications like the Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, Time, ABC, NBC, Forbes, VentureBeat, Recode, and many others! Check out some of our recent press.
Check out our careers page for a full list of available openings.