I remember, long ago my first virtual world experience when i was born as a cube on a flat plane. Believe me it was so exciting because even then, in such a limited space, the possibilities seemed endless
Things moved on at a rapid pace with SL, where distracted by the motion of female avatar hips and the consequences of immersion i went in search of ‘art’ because dear readers this VW business was clearly a new genre. I have never been a gamer but SL and Open Sim convinced me that they were uniquely creative spaces for artists, wordsmiths and coders as well as fighters who together could build worlds and imaginary spaces from the ground up
HiFi is what i think most of us have always wanted - connected virtual worlds without boundaries but in removing the boundaries new problems will arise, some of which have not even occurred to us yet and which we can not expect, nor maybe even want, HiFi to solve alone
English, crap coder but OK with Blender.
I guess if pressed i would say that i’m interested in virtual galleries for contemporary art, as well as virtual art and the recreation of historic museums, which is pretty much what concerns me in RL.
And to the retort (you need to) “get a life” - i love sailing and cooking and growing vegetables and reading books about that dirty word philosophy