The social VR/virtual world Sinespace is going to be throwing a massive science fiction-themed party on Wednesday evening, March 23rd, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time/8:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Residents are encouraged to dress up in their best space or alien outfits, and there are some serious prizes for the winners of the costume contest!
Star Wars, Lost in Space, The Jetsons?
The mother ship veered off course and crashes into uninhabitable Dystopia. As we journey through an army of unknowns, aliens, robots, and green space creatures, random prizes drop from the celestial sphere (Prize-o-Matic).
• Best in Space or Alien Costume: 5,000 Gold [Sinespace’s in-world currency] • Second Place in Space or Alien Costume: 500 Gold
DJ Spiral rocking us into Space!
The location of the party will be the SOS world, but it will not be open until just before the event starts. Just click on the Explore button in your Sinespace client, search for “SOS”, and you’ll easily find it! If you’re new to Sinespace, here’s a guide I wrote up on how to get started; it’s intended for those familiar with Second Life, but it should work for anybody.
See you there!
This blogpost is sponsored by Sinespace, and was written in my role as an embedded reporter for this virtual world (more details here).
I’m a little late in reporting this, but Linden Lab is present at the Official Star Trek 2019 Convention in Las Vegas from now through to August 4th in Las Vegas. Lacie Linden posted a cute picture to her Twitter:
In addition to having a booth at the convention, Linden Lab is also bringing in various people associated with the Star Trek franchise into Sansar to meet with fans in VR! Check the Sansar Events page for more details on events today and tomorrow:
Come hang out one-on-one with: – Suzie Plakson (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Voyager, Enterprise) – John Billingsley (Dr. Phlox from Star Trek: Enterprise) – Jeff Combs (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise and more) – Casey Biggs (Damar on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) – Tim Russ (Commander Tuvok on Star Trek: Voyager, and a prolific writer, producer, and Trekkie)
All coming to you LIVE from Star Trek Las Vegas – only in the Sansar Roddenberry Experiences! Ask questions, meet other fans, and dive even deeper into Star Trek history. Be a part of the live STLV action without even leaving your desk.
Hangars Liquides, a cyberpunk city created in Second Life by an elusive 3D artist known only to the SL community at large by her avatar name, “Djehan Kidd”, is among the virtual world’s greatest works — shadowy, moody, awesome.
Unveiled into the metaverse in June 2007, it has surely attracted hundreds of thousands if not millions of visits over its 12 year history. As its reputation spread through the virtual world, numerous cyberpunk roleplay groups flocked to it, adopted it as their oven, turning it into their staging ground for ongoing stories they created on the fly.
The blogpost includes an interview with the creator and an overview of the 12-year history of the project, so you might want to hop over to Wagner’s blog to read it in full.
I decided to transform into a cyborg and do a little exploring of Hangars Liquides before it goes away forever:
Vanity Fair is wearing:
Animated Headpiece: Queen Sarra headpiece by Shu Mesh
Cyborg Outfit with Skin Applier (Maitreya): Cyber Braver Lady by Bare Rose
Cyborg Arm, Cyborg Mask with Scrolling Japanese Characters, and Animated Upper Arm Attachment: Cyborg Geisha outfit (I picked all these up years ago in a different sci-fi themed sim hunt)
Cyber Prim Eye: by Omega Point (store no longer exists)
Tonight I wanted to show you all of the saved outfits of my “Sansar supermodel” Vanity Fair—all 31 of them! This is like a history lesson in Sansar costuming, and these are some of my favourite costumes since the official launch of the fashion market in Sansar on December 18th, 2017. (Click on each of the images to see it in a larger size.)