Patrick Moya is a French artist who is already well-known in virtual worlds such as Second Life (and the now-shuttered Cloud Party) for his museum installations, often making oversized, playful works of art using the four letters of his last name. Patrick has now set up an art gallery in Sansar, called the Moya Museum.
You can walk around in the main museum building, viewing a small collection of his pictures and sculptures. The lighting is a little dim for my tastes, but he has placed spotlights over his paintings so you can see them clearly enough.
Outside the museum is a smaller building called La Chapelle MOYA. It’s a virtual version of an actual chapel in the small French village of Clans, the interior of which Patrick decorated with frescoes.
Moya Museum is an interesting place to wander around, and well worth a visit.
You are invited to come join us on another Atlas Hopping adventure with Draxtor Despres and Strawberry Singh! We will all meet up in-world at the 114 Harvest Experience at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time/Sansar Time today, August 19th, 2017, and proceed from there to explore three Sansar experiences.
Today’s Scene of the Day is from Loft House. This image was posted to the Flickr group Sansarian Delight by the creator of the experience, 7Plus (Second Life Marketplace, Sansar Store).
Today I visited the Accuracy Training Module experience by Nebulae (it’s the location for today’s product meetups) and I had the chance to try out the game that she has created:
Nebulae has done an outstanding job at creating a truly fun-to-play game, where you throw blue, green and red gems to knock out panels in a wall situated between two players. The goal of the game is to beat your opponent by knocking out the most panels. Once you knock out all the panels, the wall resets and the game continues until the clock runs out. If you hit a panel with a blue gem, you get 1 point. If you knock out a panel with a smaller green gem, you get 2 points. Finally, if you knock out a panel with the smallest red gem, you get 3 points. The user who gets the most points at the end of the game wins.
If you have an Oculus Rift or an HTC Vive with hand controllers, you simply must go to the Accuracy Training Module and try this game out for yourself! It’s simple, but the game had me laughing like a maniac! Great fun 🙂