Monogram Virtua (http://monogramvirtua.com) has partnered with Lipstick Publishing ((http://www3.telus.net/Lipstick/) to offer vehicle enthusiasts of the virtual world, Prim Velocity, a magazine that will contain articles encompassing all vehicles that are being created in the Virtual World platforms and Real World. First issue is schedule to be released October 1st and is scheduled be published on a monthly basis.
Vilnius, Lithuania, EU (September 29, 2008) - metaLIFE, a Lithuanian technology company is set to host a 4 day long Second Life event to celebrate the launch of its newest Virtual Worlds product, the metaKIOSK. The metaKIOSK is a virtual kiosk that consolidates products from vendors all over Second Life into one simple portal, making thousands of virtual products from all over the Second Life… Continue
The 3D Tele- Immersive Internet is the term used to describe an evolving technology category. What we once called virtual worlds as a catch-all category now only describes one small piece of the picture. Other important elements are virtual campuses or 3D intranets, immersive simulations, 3D business applications, and serious or industrial games. What these all have in common is that they deeply engage the person who is using them. A combination of… Continue
Local Singapore Internet users and their life-like 3D digital avatars can soon sip virtual cuppas in virtual Shenton Way cafes. What’s more, they will also be able to chat, work and play in other true-to-life, online 3D cityscapes of Singapore.
This virtual world that looks and feels like Singapore is the brain child of German firm Metaversum. Virtual Singapore, which will be based on a Metaversum platform called Twinity, will be rolled out by year-end, a senior company official told… Continue
Added by Andrew Peters on September 25, 2008 at 12:19am —
In the midst of the word he was trying to say
In the midst of his laughter and glee
He had softly and silently vanished away
For the snark was a boojum, you see.
-- Lewis Carroll, "The Hunting of the Snark"
Recently I suggested that a client change the name of his product and completely revamp his website. Not only was the name meaningless to the average prospect, but his website seemed to be talking about something entirely different.
Lane's List Publishing is pleased to announce the release of Chapter Four of the serialized novel "Borders of Our Lives". This fourth chapter continues the story of Jeff Goff, about his first and second lives and is based on characters and the setting of Second Life. In Chapter Four, titled "Well Whatcha Waiting For", aspects of virtual relationships, both personal and business are explored. Like the previous three chapters, it is only available in second life at… Continue
Added by Nazz Lane on September 21, 2008 at 5:52pm —
Lets face it. I'm a huge Kenny Loggins fan and being a k-logg-head that I am I sported the name Melodora Loggins [my heart goes spastic] Just hearin him sing makes my heart turn cartwheels. I guess being a VR loggins makes sense mwahahaha!
LOS ANGELES, CA – SLCN.TV, along with help from Monogram Virtua, Paynova and Entropia Universe brought together some of the most influential players in the Virtual Worlds to network during the Los Angeles 2008 Virtual Worlds Conference and Expo. The party was held at the Viceroy Hotel in Santa Monica to bring together top Virtual Worlds CEO’s and executives to network and make personal connections to discuss real world possibilities in the virtual world. The event had guest appearances by New… Continue
Inside Second Life, Monogram Virtua is proud to sponsor their First Annual Animations and Gestures Expo at the Monogram Virtua Convention Center located on Monogram Tria (http://slurl.com/secondlife/Monogram%20Tria/160/126/23). Hundreds of animation and gesture enthusiasts from both cyber are set to arrive in Second Life September 20th to see both the creative and unique in cyberworld animation and gesture innovation at what predicts to be the largest… Continue
The winner of the Ad Nauseam advertising quiz published in the Metaverse Messenger is Lizzy Saintlouis who not only answered every question correctly, but caught the typo I made in which I accidentally typed DDBO when I meant BBDO.