Monday, August 6, 2018

2018 WW: PEOPLE: 3DWebWorldz goes for social media with contact groups: Video tutorial

3DWebWorldz goes for social media 
with contact groups:  Video tutorial

Virtual worlds are made of people.  People collaborating on things they want to do.  Here we show how 3DWebWorldz helps people to get together in groups, sharing a common interest.  That starts to form communities of interest.

More after the break

Metaverse events, recent and upcoming


Using contact groups


Current contact groups

  • Writers*
  • Educators
  • Art lovers
  • New groups may have been added by now


  • Join with WorldWide Writers to Hone Your Craft
  • The Library and Writer Workshop has exercises to help writers practice skills.
  • Writer workshops meet every Wednesday at 6:30PDT. 
  • Writing exercises, character sketches, marketing techniques,
  • Sample readings with group response and constructive comments.


Videos show people in 3DWebWorldz

Use cases for 3DWebWorldz



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  • Web-worlds, 3D virtual worlds running in a browser. Summary
  • Web-worlds are small and run in a browser with nothing else to install.
  • Full virtual worlds are a bigger experience but need extra software installed.

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