Pick of the Day: Paranormal Investigation

Paranormal Investigation 11 Oct 2017

This experience is published by Abramelin Wolfe, who is perhaps best known for the Second Life brand Abranimations. You are in an old house where someone has set up special equipment and left a map with a brief handwritten note on the table:

Multiple reported sightings and sounds…History of spiritualism and occult practices.

I have visited a lot of Sansar experiences over the past three months, and I have to say that I am very impressed at what Abramelin and his team have put together! This is outstanding work, with a very spine-tingly atmosphere ratcheted up by good use of clever animations (of course, with the name Abranimations!). Rather than spoil any more of this experience, I would urge you to come venture on your own Paranormal Investigation.

Paranormal Investigation 2 11 Oct 2017

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Virtual Egyptology: Inara Pey Blogs a Journey in Time in Sansar

I was not able to attend this special presentation, but Inara Pey has made a full blogpost about the talk given by Egyptologist Dr. Philippe Martinez in Sansar last week, complete with links to the experiences.

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Voyages Live: Egypt: people arrive at the cenotaph at Gebel el-Silsila. as recreated in Sansar from a model built by INSIGHT Dr. Phillipe Martinez is centre foreground in the blue jacket

On Wednesday, October 4th, I was one of a number of people who joined a special immersive “voyage” through ancient Egypt, visiting three sites of antiquity which are not open to the public in the physical world, but which have been digitally re-produced in a virtual environment for the purposes of study, and have also been optimised for presentation in Sansar.

Joining us for the journey were Kevin Cain, Director of INSIGHT – the Institute for Study and Implementation of Graphical Heritage Techniques (also sometimes called Insight Digital) and Dr. Philippe Martinez, INSIGHT co-founder and Lead Archaeologist, author, and University of Sorbonne professor.

The cenotaph at Gebel el-Silsila, located on the banks of the river Nile, available…

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