Another Look at Virtual Universe’s Fun and Intuitive Creator Toolset Prototype

FULL DISCLOSURE: I am choosing to participate in the Virtual Universe (VU) Initial Coin Offering Partner Program. Why? Two reasons:

  1. After my recent guided tour of VU, I feel very strongly that this is going to be a successful and popular virtual world/MMO hybrid platform, and I want to be a part of it when VU launches their beta this summer. This is the very first blockchain-based virtual world that I actually feel excited about!
  2. As a Canadian citizen, I reside in one of the three countries where I am currently legally forbidden from purchasing VU tokens (the other two are the United States and China). This means that the only way I can legitimately earn VU tokens to use in this social VR space before the beta launch is via the VU ICO Partner Program.

I want you to know this up front: this blogpost is a promotion for VU, in exchange for VU tokens.  You can follow on this webpage to see how many VU tokens I have earned by completing tasks in this Partner Program if you wish (right now, I am at number three on the VU Token Leaderboard). There’s nothing stopping you from participating in this Partner Program yourself, and earning some VU tokens!

IMPORTANT: VU Tokens are not a real currency. They are ERC-20 based blockchain tokens intended to permit players of Virtual Universe exclusive access to digital assets within a VR game known as Virtual Universe (VU). They are a form of in-game virtual currency.  Virtual value attributed to the VU Token will be as a result of in-game efforts by players, and no future value is represented or guaranteed.


Jeroen Van den Bosch, Virtual Universe’s Chief Creative Officer and co-founder, has shared a 3-minute YouTube video about the creator toolset prototype used in VU:

As I have said before, I think this is an innovative and interesting way to create content within a VR experience. You can use tools very similar to those in the VR experience Nature Treks VR to arrange rocks and plant trees, simply by throwing balls into the air. Where the ball lands, you plant a tree or a rock, or release a bluebird!

I got a chance to play with this myself when I had my recent guided tour of Virtual Universe, and it is indeed a fun and intuitive way to create a VR experience!

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