Did You Miss a Vacation Because of Time or $$? Check out VirtualVancouver.com!
It’s now September and the seasonal shift to fall has already started. Maybe you didn’t get to take the vacation of your dreams due to restrictions of time or money (or both).
Here’s one way to get a “virtual tour” of a place/destination like Utherverse’s Virtual-Vancouver which is a 3D venue which you use to expore showcasese, galleries, live concerts and other events while connecting with artists, art-lovers and other related contacts. This MMOR has created a new “destination” for artists and visitors to see something they might not have seen or been aware of when visiting or because other factors prevented them from traveling.
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Since 2007, the massively multi-user online reality (MMOR) has brought a new dimension to online music promotion and has begun driving new initiatives in visual art exposure and networking.
“Virtual-Vancouver is visually entertaining, truly interactive and profoundly collaborative – all in a real-time environment,” said Brian Shuster, founder and CEO of Utherverse, Inc. “The venue presents visual capabilities for engaging art lovers far beyond the current scope of the Web’s promotional power.”
Modeled after the city of Vancouver, Virtual-Vancouver.com is the next generation of the internet. This “virtual world web ” of interconnected 3D communities feature businesses,m content and retail stores taht Virtual World Web of interconnected 3D communities that are filled with content, businesses and retail stores that deliver a richer and more interactive user experience. Members, represented by customizable avatars, participate in social activities like music, live concerts, art galleries and shows, nightlife, dating, movies as well as other platforms for personal interaction. Classes and meeting rooms are available for educational and business-oriented interaction. Members can also license virtual real estate to set up 3D storefronts for their businesses.
Artwork line the walls of galleries and art museums, and Virtual-Vancouver regularly hosts artist showcases for painters, sculptors, photographers and jewelry designers to display their work to more than 2.5 million registered members, network with other artists and industry professionals, and sell work in a sealed-bid auction. Actual paintings, sculptures and photographs are routinely sold at these auctions, with some pieces fetching hundreds or thousands of dollars.
Hundreds of bands perform live concerts each year in clubs and bars throughout the virtual city. Virtual-Vancouver also partnered with Vancouver’s New Music West festival this past summer to host the world’s largest online music event, successfully showcasing more than 100 real-time live performances.
Shuster concludes, “With Virtual-Vancouver, we’re realizing new plateaus in business and social interaction. We are breaking ground in the online evolution of artistic promotion.”
To experience Virtual-Vancouver, please visit: www.Virtual-Vancouver.com.