More Pictures from the Early History of Sansar

I’m cleaning out all the pictures I posted to the closed Slack channel that was used for communications with the participants in the closed beta of Sansar, and I thought I’d share some of the snapshots with you.

On March 2nd of 2017, we got a look at the very first avatar face customization sliders. I took a screen shot of the first time I pulled up that feature in the Sansar client software:

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On March 8th we participated in a load test of the Sansar servers:

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And here’s a shot of in-world Office Hours (what they used to call product meetups) on Jason’s rock, taken on March 31st, 2017. Notice the avatar in the front has his nose sliders set all the way to maximum!

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And, yes, this is totally off-topic, but here’s a cute selfie of me with Dema Fairport in the beta of Facebook Spaces shortly after it launched (April 2017)! Facebook Spaces is fascinating because it is such a hot mess! I don’t know what they were thinking…the avatars are absolutely atrocious!

Dema Fairport and Ryan Schultz in Facebook Spaces 22 April 2017

And here are another Office Hours, this time in the experience called Once Upon A Midnight Dream on April 28th, 2017:

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Well, that’s it for now! I will post more pictures from the early history of Sansar later 🙂

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