Culture on Second Life

Culture on Second Life
technology

Second Life might not be as busy and crowded as the media have pretended in the last months, but sure it is a place where cultural institutions can do lot...

Jeff Squires
  • 18 may 2007


Second Life might not be as busy and crowded as the media have pretended in the last months, but sure it is a place where cultural institutions can do lot of activities and connect with a new audience. La Casa Encendida, a multidisciplinary centre in Madrid and one of the most active cultural venues in Spain, presented yesterday its own “island” on this second world. At the island, which includes a 3D model  of the actual centre, users can virtually follow the activities scheduled at La Casa Encendida (performances, exhibitions, workshops, lectures, etc). In a few months, the virtual centre, called La Isla Encendida, will have a specfic room of pictures, short films and any other creations generated by users. 

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