For her it’s just a waste of time and a step in the wrong direction for the average SL resident. But it’s, according to the technophiles and The Lab, it is the fukn future! So we probably gotta live with it. Sooner or, hopefully, later.
Anyhoo, the esteemed Inara Pey has written a very interesting Release Overview of Sansar Discovery. This gives us some much needed insight into what you can do in this brave new
world collection of unrelated experiences. Seems you can indeed do more than just stand around in awe, but kinda interact with the things in world.
Did I read the article in full? Nope. It’s not of any interest for me and once SL will be shut down, it’ll mark the end of Orca Flotta’s virtual existence. I’m not willing to spend any money on AR equipment or to further upgrade my computer in the next couple years. The shit works just well enough for my humble requirements. And as long as LL won’t make Sansar accessible for Linux users, this Linux user ain’t available for spending her money in Sansar. It’s a very easy equation, no?
Buuut, this isn’t about Orca but about the future of VR and AR and maybe you, dear readers. So may I urge you to gather some much needed insight over at Inara’s allknowing blog?