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OneClimate's Live Coverage of Durban Climate Change Talks in Second Life and Web | Saving the (virtual) world

OneClimate's Live Coverage of Durban Climate Change Talks in Second Life and Web | Saving the (virtual) world | Metaverse NewsWatch | Scoop.it
Since November 28, our Second Life neighbors at OneClimate.net have been doing admirable work sharing information on "COP17" the latest round of climate change government negotiations taking place in Durban, South Africa.
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DrFran Babcock and friends in High Fidelity. Love the tall one’s jacket and hat combo! A+, would disco again. http://flip.it/Olt8J

DrFran Babcock and friends in High Fidelity. Love the tall one’s jacket and hat combo! A+, would disco again. http://flip.it/Olt8J | Metaverse NewsWatch | Scoop.it
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Euclideon Holoverse virtual reality games revealed – Bruce Dell, 28 April 2016

Euclideon Holoverse virtual reality games revealed – Bruce Dell, 28 April 2016 | Metaverse NewsWatch | Scoop.it
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'The Power to Transport Us better than every before' Where Virtual Reality Takes Us #VR NYT

'The Power to Transport Us better than every before' Where Virtual Reality Takes Us #VR NYT | Metaverse NewsWatch | Scoop.it
“ Groundbreaking films selected from the Sundance Film Festival explore a range of topics and new approaches to nonfiction, 3D storytelling.”
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Gary Hayes's curator insight, January 22, 12:42 AM

Quote "The power of virtual reality is its command of presence — its ability to transport the viewer into another world, and have him feel present in it. These experiences are technically difficult to create and require significant computing power, but once presence is achieved and sustained, it is breathtaking."