It’s located in the large train station at the Metropolis arrival point *CenterWorld*. Inside you’ll find freebies and more!
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In today’s meeting we visited FrancoGrid and checked out a very cool science fiction themed region named Hybride.
Hybride was stunning. It’s impressive to see how one can create a consistent visual theme across an entire region. We met some of locals of FrancoGrid, stopped by a great freebie store, and ended with an impromptu dance party. Read on for a full transcript and many photos.
In today’s two meetings we explored Metropolis Metaversum for the first time.
We met some of the citizens of Metropolis, visited a beautiful train station, looked at classic German architecture, and found some nice freebies along the way. We also learned that Nani Ferguson from FrancoGrid is creating a special scavenger hunt event for Christmas. Read on for a full transcript and many photos.
Cube also shared his amazing background and knowledge of many different virtual worlds. Read on for a full transcript and many photos.
In today’s 2 meetings we spoke French with Babbler, met up with folks from FrancoGrid attending a Virtual Worlds Camp on ReactionGrid, revisited an accurate reconstruction of the Eiffel Tower based on real life architectural plans, and found many freebies at the “Ile aux Freebies.”
Read on for a full transcript and photos.
When venturing forth onto the global Hypergrid of interconnected virtual worlds, you’ve got to be prepared.
But don’t forget, your inventory and avatar travel with you wherever you go. So be sure to pack wisely.
Here’s how you can get a tool to help you avoid being “Lost in Translation.”
We visited an accurately scaled reconstruction of the Eiffel Tower based on real life architectural plans, an avant-garde art installation, and a recreation of the world of Pandora from the movie Avatar.
Read on for a full transcript and lots of photos of our excursion. Many beautiful sights were seen on this adventure!