Second Life Machinima: What Living in a Virtual World for Seven Years Taught Me About It

The following three-minute machinima (i.e. a video shot on a computer platform) was put together by a Second Life user named Luca, who says:

Second Life for me began with curiosity which turned into something really fun for me to express myself that I enjoy a lot, then it became a platform of creativity and self-discovery. And something that I didn’t realize or really think of until recently, is that how by allowing people to see each other for who they really are inside, it also helps unite people by shedding lights into people’s inner selves which would otherwise be shrouded in mystery, and dissipate our innate fear of the unknown.

I found her work captivating, and I felt it deserved a larger audience, so here it is. The final quote of her machinima is:

A bridge that gives way to the unknown content of one’s heart is a bridge that spans the dark chasm of divisiveness and fear.

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