White Hot

This week we discuss Facebook’s acquisition of Oculus, what this means for the Rift, VR, virtual worlds and more!

This week’s topics include:

Guests:

Karl Stiefvater (Qarl Fizz, formerly Qarl Linden) is visual effects artist, software developer, and interactive designer extraordinaire.

William Reed Seal-Foss is a 3D artist and virtual world content creator.

Thank you to our sponsors – Botgirl’s Digital PlaygroundAngelRED CoutureKahruvel Design and Virtual Vision 2020

About Kim/Gianna

Kimberly Winnington (SL: Gianna Borgnine) is the Emmy nominated owner and CEO of Sand Castle Studios, LLC, a company dedicated to helping organizations maximize the full potential of virtual worlds and social media by creating interactive, social, and 3D experiences. For the last 5 years, Kimberly has helped SCS clients stay ahead of the curve and is a respected resource for information on current and developing trends, social media, and immersive experiences.
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One Response to White Hot

  1. Stephan says:

    I think you guys are being a little unfair towards Philip Rosedale’s take on identity. While it might be inevitable that his is designed to compete with Facebook, it will utilize it as well and help further indentify ourselves in the metaverse without necessarily having to reveal our true self. I thought you would be more for this kind of repository where you determine your identity or could even link multiple identities vs Facebook and Google’s way of forcing one true identity for the sake of so called integrity. Do you have an actual arguement? Isn’t this something you would want?

    http://highfidelity.io/blog/2014/03/identity-in-the-metaverse/

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