The December 2017 Issue of Kultivate Magazine is now available! This issue features oYo Breedables, the many artists of Kultivate, A photo essay featuring winter animals, The Mill Sim, The Haze Exhibition, The Hollywood Art Museum in Sansar, A Colors of Winter Fashion Photo Essay, and the Edge Stylists present their December stylings. Very special thank you for Veruca Tammas for the cover image! Click on the cover below to view the issue:
Kultivate Magazine-August 2017 Issue Is Now Available!
The August 2017 Issue of Kultivate Magazine is now published! This issue will feature Sansar via an excellent article by Inara Pey, three photo essays by Illyra Chardin, Sandi Benelli, and Wicca Merlin, a great article by Myra Wildmist on who is an artist, and commentary on the behavior of models in the Second Life fashion industry by Stav Gracemount. This issue also features an exhibition on Bryn Oh at the Serena Arts Center and a visit to the Marfa sim by Veruca Tammas. To round off things we have The Edge stylists who have presented a variety of Summer and fun fashions for you. Click on the cover below to view the issue:
In the press: Sansar, Second Life, and avatar empowerment | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World
There have been a number of press reports on Sansar since the start of the year, some of which I’ve covered in these pages – such as in Road to VR (see here), Upload VR and Tom’s Hardware (see here). However, while I’ve read others, I’ve not made the time to write about them. so, in case you missed them, here’s a quick breakdown of notable coverage of the Lab, Sansar and Second Life.On January 19th, Réalité Virtuelle, the French on-line publication for virtual and augmented reality carried a piece entitled Sansar: la vraie réalité virtuelle débarque en 2017 (“Sansar: the real virtual reality arrives in 2017″).
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Sansar Creator Preview – Loz Hyde – YouTube
Preview the first video of a creator creating in Sansar! Loz Hyde offers a first glimpse of Sansar. Very special thank you to Inara Pey for the heads up:
Lab confirms Sansar’s title and issues first Creator Preview invites | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World
Its official! Project Sansar is officially Sansar! Inara has the scoop and more:
On Wednesday, August 31st, Linden Lab issued a press release indicating they have issued the first of the invitations to successful applicants to join the Sansar Creator Preview programme. This has been picked-up by various media and blogs – but what I’ve found particularly interesting (and others seem to have missed) is that the press release confirms the new platform is to simply be called “Sansar”.
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Apply for the Project Sansar Creator Preview
Thanks to Strawberry Singh for the info! You can now apply to join Project Sansar and preview the new virtual world as a creator:
Apply for Project Sansar Creator PreviewProject Sansar makes it easier than ever before to create, share, and monetize your own social VR experiences. We’re seeking skilled 3D content creators to be among the first to use this powerful new platform in our Creator Preview….
Project Sansar login page online
The successor to Second Life, Sansar, now has it’s login page up and ready, but you have to wait…registration is just for people invited by Linden Labs:
The Project Sansar website has recently come online and shows the login page.
You can see the page yourself by clicking here, it is animated and several wireframe creations appear.
As those invited to the workshop at Linden Lab tomorrow will have to sign an NDA, these images may be all we’ll get to look at for a while.
I did try and send an email to the ‘forgot password’ address, but alas, it came back to me, no luck in trying to blag myself into the Project 😉
Make sure to check the collage of all the wireframe images made by Ernst Dommershuijzen at the bottom of this blog.
What do you think of the page?
Collage of all the wireframe images, made by Ernst Dommershuijzen.