I took the following picture using the Snapshot tool within Sinespace, and added the postcard foreground overlay. The Snapshot tool allows you to use a variety of avatar poses and photo effects, and it’s definitely fun and easy to use! Strawberry Singh told me about it.
Note also that Sinespace is the first newer social VR space/virtual world which allows me to adjust my avatar body sliders to look more like the heavier, older person I am in real life. (The hair colour is wrong, but that’s just me being picky.)
Two questions for the team at Linden Lab:
- When are you going to add in-world photo and video tools to Sansar?
- When are you going to add avatar body sliders so we can adjust our shapes?
I’d love to know where those items are on the development roadmap, please.
Today’s Pick of the Day is a Sansar experience built by Colpo Wexler called VR CULT – The Events Hub. The experience bills itself as “an experimental space entirely dedicated to virtual events (Art, Design, Fashion, Music)”. At the moment the space hosts exhibits of two Italian artists: Matteo Guariso, a photographer, and Francesco Musante, a painter and illustrator. The Musante exhibit was curated by Mexi Lane.
The galleries are bright and open, and geometric in design. Gently sloping ramps take you through the colourful, playful objects and paintings by Francesco Musante. Large video screens show visitors other art installations by the same artist.
The photography of Matteo Guariso is divided up into two galleries, one devoted to black and white architectural photographs, and the second for a small collection of colour fashion photography and architectural photography.