This picture should look familiar to those of you who have visited Luskwood in Second Life! Created in 2003 at the start of Second Life, Luskwood is home to SL’s vast furry population. Sansar user OldVamp has started building a version of Luskwood over at his Lusk Test experience. There’s not much to see yet, but it’s a promising start! Watch for more to come.
Basically, your goal is to bump into and disrupt as much of the moveable scenery as possible! If you have an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive VR headset with hand controllers, you can also pick up and toss around the little cars and other objects. Great fun for those days when you need to release some real-world frustrations! Very cathartic!
This picture of Sansar Studios’ popular Zen Garden experience, called simply “Sansar Flight”, was taken by Jamisson Burnstein and posted to the Sansar Flickr group. If you time it right, you can catch the red air taxi as it lands and takes off from the edge of the platform next to the swimming pool, and go for a spin around Zen Garden!
Today’s Scene of the Day is the amazing Egyptian Tomb, by Sansar Studios. According to a blogpost by Inara Pey, Sorbonne University and Insight Digital supplied a model of the ancient Egyptian tomb of Nakhtamon – TT341 in Thebes, Egypt, created as a part of a project for the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities. This model was optimized and imported into Sansar to create this experience.
The Amsterdam Crystal Palace experience, created by Marinus van der L., is a virtual recreation of an exhibit hall built in 1864 and destroyed by fire in 1929.