Spinnervale is a wonderfully creepy new experience created by Debi Baskerville. Here’s your first look at it! Debi explains the setup:
You’ve been invited to dinner, but your hosts have mysteriously disappeared. What happened to them?
The wife seems to have gone to look for her husaband. She left a note on the farmhouse door:
You decide to go follow her, and you explore the menacing landscape.
At one point you pick up a flashlight to explore a cavern. (I was unable to pick up a flashlight using my hand controllers in my VR headset, but you can type commands in the chat text box to pick up and drop a flashlight.)
Debi did a really good job on this experience! It gave me a shiver up my spine.
Come join us at 114 Harvest at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time/Sansar Time for another episode of Atlas Hopping with Drax and Berry! The experiences we are visiting today are:
- Hoverpark, by Galen
- A House on the Hill, by Theanine
- Floating Temple, by C3rb3rus (pictured above)
I’ll update this blogpost with the livestreams from Strawberry and Drax afterwards.
UPDATE 6:30 p.m.: Unfortunately, Strawberry could not join us today. Drax did his usual best job as host though, as shown in this livestream of the event:
It’s really great to see all the recent blogposts that have been popping up on the Internet about Sansar. Here’s an interesting interview by Cassidy Dwelis with Edward Quintero from Mold3D about his time in the Sansar closed beta:
They even linked to my Sansar Newsblog video I shot in Mold3D’s Astro Port experience!
Today’s scene is from the snazzy studio built by Tyler Scarborough (a.k.a. Dynamic Evolution) for the upcoming Metaverse Newscast! We’ve decided to put off launching the Metaverse Newscast until November at the earliest because we still have a lot of details to work out, but at least we have this great studio! Thanks, Tyler!
The Air Museum Pre experience is a very ambitious build by livene! It’s a grass field air museum with many, many detailed models of various aircraft from the history of aviation.
It’s wonderful to wander around among all the airplanes and helicopters and admire them, but I wish there were signs of some kind which identified the models. But it’s a small complaint. If you love flight, you’ll love this virtual air museum!
The in-world product meetups tomorrow (Friday, Sept. 29th) will be held at 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time/Sansar Time at Starry Stars & Stuff. Here’s the official announcement from Jenn.