Sansar – The Troubles with Avatars

The rocky road of Sansar Avatars is best described by the fact i have had to create my Avatar five times in the two years i’ve been using Sansar, but it was worth it! First i was a grumpy looking adult male which i felt so uncomfortable calling Loki. Then they allowed custom avatar import but …

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Sansar – World Making

In my previous post i discussed how i saw Sansar as having changed perhaps from being a virtual world to an events hosting service. So events might be what allows Sansar to survive, but underneath it still has all the features you need to build your own worlds and host your own events in them… if …

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Sansar – what it has become.

Sansar, the successor to Second Life, that shining light leading the new wave of Virtual Worlds in a new era of immersive VR technology with fifteen years of experience behind it. Well it didn’t exactly work out like that. For what ever reasons, VR overhype, bad management or Trump, Sansar ended up not pulling in the …

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To VR or not to VR thats a Sansar question.

The situation around Sansar is complex. I’m aware of far too much about its possible inner workings than i should, and it makes writing about it hard because i can not concentrate on one topic without being aware how another topic causes or effects it. Topics such as investments funding and cut backs, the size of …

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My personal hopes for Virtual Worlds in 2020

2019 managed to top 2018 in its dreadfulness. Whilst 2018 was difficult to get things done, 2019 seems on the surface to have rolled back a lot of things. Regardless of Brexit still on going, Sansar hitting a ‘reset’ button, Second Life upping virtual TAX, VR in general still being Niche and Apple making their products …

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