Here are some quick photos I took of Oblee’s concert on Hallowe’en night. This is an important landmark in the history of Sansar, the first-ever live performance! He’s actually streaming live in both Second Life and Sansar tonight, another first.
UPDATE Nov.1st: SIN shared the following picture on the official Sansar Discord channel:
And Unreal Projects uploaded a short video to YouTube of the festivities, showing our avatars “dancing” to the music!
I’ve already blogged about the first event: Musical artist Oblee, already well-known for his Second Life music performances, will be entertaining us at his own Sansar experience, called Spontaneous Live Music, tonight, October 31st, at 6:00 p.m. Pacific Time/Sansar Time.
The second live performance will take place later this week on Thursday, November 2nd, at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time/Sansar Time. Alfy is hosting The Vinnie Live Show at his new Sansar experience, called Arena Music Live Stage.
It’s great to see Sansar developing as a platform for live performances! Hope to see you in-world at the concerts tonight and Thursday night.
The grand prize winner of Sansar’s Scariest Experience contest was C3rb3rus, for his Roswell-themed The Diner. He wins US$10,000, an Oculus Rift + Oculus Touch Virtual Reality Headset Bundle, and a one-year Super Creator Sansar Subscription.
An honourable mention award (winning a one-year Creator Sansar subscription) goes to Abramelin Wolfe for his Paranormal Investigation experience.
Sansar’s Best Props Contest
The winners of the Best Props contest were also announced today. Each winner receives an Oculus Rift + Oculus Touch Virtual Reality Headset Bundle, plus a one year Super Creator Sansar Subscription.
Linden Lab is shutting down the old Slack server that they used to communicate with people in the closed beta test phase of Sansar, so I am (with LL’s permission) reposting some of the images I shared there over here on the Sansar Newsblog.
This image was taken July 14th at Monkey Temple, and shows one of the last in-world product meetings before LL opened the doors to the public. As you can see, we had quite a crowd!