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Tressis is a Dutch company with experience in Virtual Worlds and has been an interactive exhibit of Van Gogh paintings in Second Life. You can actually step into the painting itself. Wow!
To visit directly, click here.
May 23, 2007 in npsl | Permalink
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It really looks great. I've done a course with www.questatlantis.org. That is a virtual world with lot of these things. It is for children to learn about culture or enviromental things. Very nice. You can see some pictures of it also on my blog, but the story is in Dutch.
Kaj Rietberg |
May 23, 2007 at 09:49 AM
Its a wonderful interpretation but perhaps the saddest thing that anyone under age 18 is prohibited from visiting - we are going to have find ways to develop our second life museums in the teen site as well it seems of we want to reach our traditional audiences
Susan Hazan |
May 23, 2007 at 02:42 PM
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