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    Posted January 17, 2014 by
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    Art meets industry. Industry meets Art.

     

    Sounds much better as to say ‘Art meets military. Military meets Art.’ So let it be “Art meets industry. Opensimulator is now to be found everywhere. For three days [January 17-20] RIFT HORIZON will show both ‘worlds’ on one simulator [using five regions]. Left and right brain driven people are invited. How to visit ?


    A visit has become easy in case you have already an Avatar in one of the 3D worlds based on opensimulator. There are bridges from ‘world to world’, called hyperjump. If you are new to 3D worlds, then create an Avatar via http://hypergrid.org [choose English] and follow the instructions.

     

    Search for map RIFT Horizon. Then use the camera tool [Ctrl-Alt mouse] to look around via Zoom or the Page-up, Page-down keys and the Arrow-keys to fly around.

     

    This shortlink http://is.gd/artmeetsindustry brings you to a picture of a manufacturer of medical products that you will expierience 'in person'  when you travel as an Avatar to RIFT HORIZON for the next days. On January 21 there will be again an art performance and the industry application will move out.

     

    And this is the link to the publication where the quote in the picture was taken out: http://issuu.com/rezslmagazine/docs/january_2014?e=3570461/6190748 (page 9)

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