Actually, to expand on this, there is no indication that there are more than the 2 domains fully shown. Most applications use a scrollbar to indicate that there is something more or an arrow on the edges that indicate going to the next selection.
On top of that, and this one should be the easiest thing to implement: try to indicate to the user that more selections are loading if they do reach the end, like putting a loading circle or something. Loading just 3 to 6 domains then calling it a day doesn’t help and when the selection stops scrolling, most users do not pick up on that the system is loading. Hitting the end means they hit the end, and for someone new coming in, seeing only 6 worlds is not going to entice them very well.
Also, please do not make users teleport when they click a snapshot. A common theme High Fidelity has is not asking the user for confirmation and being a complete trial and error experience. If someone wants to look at a snapshot, they are most commonly going to click that snapshot, and nothing indicates it will teleport them. Having the option to teleport to where the photo was taken should be a feature on the preview of the snapshot. In fact, in VR, this would make fantastic use of the function to turn the tablet to landscape, allowing them to better view the photo instead of having all the extra white space.
I didn’t want to make statements regarding GoTo, since I’ve made my opinions rather known, but since some afterthought made me realize it is clustering the interface even more, I decided to change my mind on that matter.