Virtual World

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A computer-based interactive 3D simulation, in which users take the form of avatars visible to others graphically
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Formula Drift professional Matt Powers driving his Roush Stage 3 Mustang whilst wearing a state-of-the-art Oculus Rift Development Kit 2 headset: blind to the real world around him, but fully-immersed in a rapidly changing 3D virtual world.
Castrol EDGE has premiered its latest Titanium Trial driving challenge, featuring Formula Drift professional Matt Powers driving his Roush Stage 3 Mustang whilst wearing a state-of-the-art Oculus Rift Development Kit 2 headset: blind to the real world around him, but fully-immersed in a rapidly changing 3D virtual world.
For the achievement of the V-ALERT objectives, an online 3D Virtual World Learning Environment will be developed, supporting i) in-world experiential learning activities based on scenarios designed out of real-life information security risk cases, ii) "safely" exposure to safety risks, which should be recognized and overcome through appropriate actions.
A 3D virtual world can provide an alternate means for practising teaching skills.
com (OTC: SGTB) to design a child-protected, 3D virtual world.
com)-- 3D Toon company V1rtualDesires launches Loki Land, a 3D MMOG Interactive 3D Virtual World.
It is powered by Blue Mars, an online high definition 3D virtual world platform created by US company Avatar Reality, Inc, and allows users to conduct business in interactive showrooms, boardrooms and meeting spaces.
Keynote presentations focused on the use of technology and websites such as Second Life u a 3D virtual world where users can socialise and connect u to help integrate and educate students and children with autism.
A new centre catering for design firms will be developed as a 3D virtual world by experts at the university's Centre for Design in the Digital Economy (DLab) - giving companies access to global business opportunities and the chance to carry out complex research and development tasks remotely.
Second Life is a 3D virtual world opened in 2003 which has millions of users who interact with each other via personalised computerised characters called avatars.
Photographer James Glassop said: "Photosynth presents you with an exciting opportunity to showcase your pictures as real life experiences, allowing you to create a 3D virtual world rather than just capturing a flat image.
Being immersed in a 3D virtual world opens up new possibilities for visualization and interaction.