Linden Lab has opened the creator beta version of its Sansar social virtual reality platform to the public. It’s all part of a larger vision to bring us the Metaverse, the immersive virtual world that sci-fi fans have dreamed about for decades. After four years of development, the San Francisco company that brought us the […]
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By Dean Takahashi - Monday Jul 31, 2017
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By Daniel Terdiman - Monday Jul 31, 2017
These are interesting times in the world of social virtual reality. Facebook has been putting a lot of energy into building out Spaces, its take on making VR social–and connecting those inside VR to everyone else on Facebook. Then again, Altspace, one of the earliest social VR pioneers, announced last week that it is shutting … Continue reading “Social VR may be troubled but Linden Lab launches Sansar anyway”
These are interesting times in the world of social virtual reality. Facebook has been putting a lot of energy into building out Spaces, its take on making VR social–and connecting those inside VR to everyone else on Facebook. Then again, Altspace, one of the earliest social VR pioneers, announced last week that it is shutting down, citing rough financial waters in the VR space.
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