Colpo Wrexler Eiffel Tower
There is another cool work in SL from Colpo Wrexler, whom Mondivirtuali.it readers know to be one of the founders of Itland in March 2007 together with Luigi Vandeverre and Stizzo Undset (who leaved the project in July 2007) and who in the meantime specialized through the project Digital Cult Lifestyle in creating buildings and clubs in minimal style pervasive across all Second Life (is of Colpo, for instance, the project for the Soma - San Francisco Museum of Art and the docks of San Francisco in SL).
His latest effort, which earned him the title of the group of designer of NO NFstaT group in Second Life (Arab community founded by B52 Nider and b53 resident), is a modern versione of the Eiffel Tower which dominates with its 324 meters height (same as original), with clubs, lounges, terraces and representative offices in various heights (the last is freely accessible to the public at 290 meters above the sim's "ground").
Compared to the original French tower of 112 years ago, the Eiffel Tower of Colpo is designed to integrate into the modern skyline of a city like Dubai City and is excellently designed using forms and materials (titanium, glass and aluminum) that renew, but without distorting the steel tower in Paris.
And if you are nostalgic and want to dream if only for one evening to find the "old" dear Eiffel Tower, in Second Life you have of course the opportunity to visit the reproduction of Paris copy visiting the France-Paris region(six sims dedicated to the reproduction of the French town at the beginning of the last century of which we have already talked about your playing by indicating Paris 1900, that with Les Champs Elysees, Harmonia, Paris Couture, Paris Romantique and Paris Eiffel itself forms the Paris region).
Which isto say that in a user generated content platform like Second Life the opportunity to play but also to review and to enrich the reality are endless, to the delight of both content creators and users they who see then multiply the offering of entertainment and leisure.
Even for this we are confident that despite recent unannounced projects interruptions virtual worlds like Second Life (but not only) can offer so much more and more and are destined to take off gradually that technology evolves and the improved quality of contents and ease of use will extend their use to new generations of users. If you also want to stay up to date as well as follow us (even on Facebook and Twitter) I suggest you keep an eye on an Italian aggregatoras Avatarvillage, in order to remain well informed of the latest and most interesting news.ShareThis