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    Sergio Delacruz: Second Life changed my life

    Intrigued about the success achieved by the latest Sergio Delacruz‘s installation, Susan’s Diary, I visited Delacruz Park just one month after the opening of May 9, 2016 that you’ll see in this video. Not only I have found a still very crowded sim, but while I was taking photo of the run, an horror labyrinth […]

    Second Life: Skills Hak’s opinion

    The story involving Insilico, one of most famous sim of Second Life, has led many to wonder why Skills Hak, its creator, has been repeatedly banned from Linden Lab and what problems may have resulted in the virtual world. Skills Hak: I am a curious cat While about the specific causes there have never been […]

    Improbable wants to attract game developers

    Improbable, British startup which in March 2015 raised 20 million dollars from venture capitalist Andreessen Horowitz to develop a platform (SpatialOS) that makes it possible to create virtual worlds on a large scale, returns to be talked about with the launch of the new Development Partner Program. Give the option for developers to use Spatial […]

    10 most read articles on in 2015

    Do you wanna know which were the 10 most read articles on in 2015? We please you right away, but first of all we wanna poin out as the international traffic on the site grew significantly last year, so that seven on ten most read articla on the site are in English vs three […]

    Mont St. Michel leaves Second Life

    Mont St. Michel leaves Second Life: if until a few years ago it was possible to choose between two different virtual reproductions of famous location, the one created by the France builder YadNi Monde, the other by the Japanese Moeka Kohime, as Mondivirtuali alreaty told you, in these days Linden Lab’s platform users will have […]

    Startups and augmented reality, a winning mix

    Do you wanna know what the business where you make billions in the coming years? Virtual reality and augmented reality. Whether are 3D viewers like those of Oculus Rift or digital platform like Project Sansar that shortly Linden Lab will open to the first alpha testers, rather than glasses like the Google Glass (for now […]

    Landmark Entertainment bets on virtual parks

    In entertainment for kids and families themed amusement parks are one of the most potentially profitable business but have a defect: the high fixed and variable costs mean that to be really profitable to be visited by millions of visitors each year, with all the problems of overcrowding and delays in the use of the […]

    E3 2019 best part was Redpill VR and Sensorium virtual nightclub

    As already said, virtual reality is not going to be a mass-market technology any soon if ever. This doesn’t mean that VR industry leaves anything intent. The proof comes from the E3 2019, as you can find out by reading this article, originally published on VRScout. Getting down and dirty on the show floor […]