2worlds2go

Design for web, game and virtual worlds.

Content creation

content creation

Content creation

 Virtual world content for Second life, Cloud party and Opensim. Virtual world software and scripting. Sound and gadgets.

Graphic design

Graphic design

Graphic design

Graphic design for the web, e-books, e-magazines and virtual content.

Virtual photography and app interface. 3D content.

Web templates

Web templates

 Web templates

We make new web templates for CMS systems like Wordpress and Joomla.

Downloads on the website.

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Standing in the spooky house next door to my gallery and looking at my home in Second life. As you can see it is really not that exciting but with the Oculus rift it is sooo cool.

I have tried out many games and today I made a go at World of warcraft. Nice place good frame rate but it made me sick as so many other games.

The Oculus is not good for games. I thought that driving games would be the best, but not so. It is a question of how much that move. It is like ordinary sea sickness. If to many things move. Goodbye.

[frame1] the car is moving. + [frame2] your head is moving = motion sickness.

But for virtual reality the Oculus is the best! I do not want to go in world without it anymore. The feeling of being there is just unbelievable. I explore new places everyday and the only drawback is that I cant chat. Have to use voice but I have made a SL Oculus rift now to tell folk that they have to use voice if they want something. Sorry to say not many do.

Still have not been to a adult club but I just have to do it. SL avatars are smashing.

So I have learned. Keep you head still.

About the Author

Cyberserenity Vella

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Virtual world artist and blogger. Developer of software and stuff. Read more at My blog

When i am inworld i use my Oculus rift so if i do not answer the chat it is because i cant see my keyboard. Try voice.

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