This evening is the official launch of a brand-new, officially-sanctioned Sansar experience: the bridge of the Enterprise from the original Star Trek TV series!
Here are the details from the event listing:
John Champion and Ken Ray – the hosts of Mission Log on the Roddenberry Podcast Network – are headed to Sansar! What better place to talk Star Trek than the bridge of the Enterprise? Built by a serious Trekker, you can watch Mission Log Live at 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern on the main view screen on the original series bridge! Then a few minutes after the show, John and Ken will hit the bridge.
This week: Why are we here and where is here anyway? What sparked your interest in virtual reality? What do you see for VR going forward? Of course, you can bring your own topics as well. We’re just hanging out on the bridge, and hoping you’ll join in.
Dress code: There is none, though free Mission Log and Roddenberry shirts are available NOW in the Sansar store!
You can join this event in Sansar desktop mode too – you don’t need a VR headset!
It starts at 7:00 p.m. Sansar Time/Pacific Time at this location. You can pick up an official Star Trek Mission Log T-shirt from the Sansar Store:
Gindipple discovered an interesting piece of news: a Star Trek podcast by Roddenberry Entertainment called Mission Log has announced that they are setting up a VR hangout in Sansar! It is the bridge of the Enterprise from the original Star Trek TV series, and it will be officially unveiled on May 22nd, but a Facebook video released by the Mission Log crew gave us a few preview shots of the recreation:
Here’s a link to their Mission Log Live video on Facebook, where one of their guests was Jason Gholston, head of Sansar Studios at Linden Lab, who gave a bit of an introduction about Sansar. (Unfortunately, Jason’s microphone level kept going up and down, so it was hard to hear some of what he was saying.)
Here’s a link to the website and the Facebook group for Mission Log, by Roddenberry Entertainment. Looking forward to being able to visit this experience when it launches! Hopefully, some of Sansar’s costume designers can whip up some appropriate sci-fi uniforms for us to wear.
NOTE: You can install the Sansar software client, if you don’t already have it, at https://www.sansar.com/download. See you there on May 22nd!