Sered did a nice sum up of Twinity’s inworld events and especially gave a glance of the exhibition of the newly opened Dardo Gallery in Twinity’s Virtual London. Read more here.
From Dee Riley – you should click over to see the picture. It’s really well-framed and quite nice, if we do say so ourselves! PS: Thanks for the feedback on the environmental editor over there. We’ve heard you.
Glenn in front of the Westminster Abbey!
Here’s the link, with some good comments: Twinity has come a long way, in 2009. A much more stable client, three cities online, activities to do and an emerging community. and some great suggestions for improvement: The first one, is draw distance. In Second Life I can choose to set the draw distance to a large value. Of course it …
The Beastles next to the Big Ben! This is what happens when Daniel, Björn and Andreas get wild! If you want to get their costumes, enter Twinity and come to the Costume Jungle Opening today at 15h CET!
Here’s what Koinup had to say about the expansion of Virtual London Rocking the Metaverse partner and mirror virtual world Twinity is celebrating the growth of Virtual London this week by showcasing creative expression from art exhibits to live music gigs. New sites include the Big Ben, the London Eye and many other historical builds, extending what was the city …
Ray next to the London Eye!
Looks like people enjoyed the picnic! 😉
Over on the Twinity Monitor – some great shots there!
sered posted about the expansion of Virtual London: Famous landmarks along the Thames river such as the Big Ben, the Westminster Abbey and the ‘London Eye’ became available. Due to family matters I couldn’t spend too much time, and it was already evening, but here’s a few snapshots of the Westminster Abbey and the London Eye, the way a real …