Monday, December 9, 2019

2019 WW:, BIZ: Marcus Milne and Threedium: a progress update on another web-world.


Marcus Milne and Threedium: 
a progress update on another web-world.

 I chatted with Marcus
  • He is in Australia, I am in Texas.
  • But it takes less than 30 seconds to meet in his digital world

Background

  • Over two years ago, I posted about a web-world created by Marcus Milne.
  • Web-world: a virtual world running in a browser.
  • Marcus Milne talks about his world on the web
  • Since then I have been posting at length about two other web-worlds
  • CybaLOUNGE
  • 3DWebWorldz 
  • Meanwhile, Marcus has been developing a new website and business plan.
  • Threedium
  • You can enter and look around as a guest, without registering.
  • Use the up-pointing arrow to move or click on the screen for a Nav button.
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Fly and chat
  •  Click the chat button to talk (typed)
My avatar
  • Marcus makes excellent avatars 
  • He can make one that looks like you
There are other places to see

Related


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Visit me on the web

  • Drop by my web offices Weekdays: 12:-12:30 pm Central time (US)
  • I am available for free consulting on any topic in this blog.
  • Cybalounge and 3DWebWorldz (Orientation room)
  • I will be in both places, so you may need to speak to get my attention.
  • Web-worlds, 3D virtual worlds running in a browser. Summary
  • And we can visit the Writer's Workshop on the Web
  • Don't register -- enter as guest.  
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2 comments:

  1. I checked this out just now. Reminds me very much of EXIT REALITY, and looks like it's VRML based. I do like the fact that people are still inventing or implementing their own virtual environments. And it's AUSTRALIAN - Yay!!!

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  2. Thank you for sharing
    https://aab-edu.net/

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