The Project Sansar website has recently come online and shows the login page.
You can see the page yourself by clicking here, it is animated and several wireframe creations appear.
As those invited to the workshop at Linden Lab tomorrow will have to sign an NDA, these images may be all we’ll get to look at for a while.
I did try and send an email to the ‘forgot password’ address, but alas, it came back to me, no luck in trying to blag myself into the Project 😉
Make sure to check the collage of all the wireframe images made by Ernst Dommershuijzen at the bottom of this blog.
What do you think of the page?
I think I may just wet myself from excitement… like a puppy.
Bri Ryan said:
I can get a loose feel .. as expected they are using state of the art page makin, or else they’d catch flack at Happy Hour. 😉
Reblogged this on Windlight Magazine and commented:
The successor to Second Life, Sansar, now has it’s login page up and ready, but you have to wait…registration is just for people invited by Linden Labs:
Indigo Mertel said:
If nature in Project Sansar looks as luscious as it looks in that image, things may turn to be really interesting.
Gustav von Rosenheim said:
I’m more interested in the trees on the mountain in the image. That reminds me EcoSystem rendering in the application, “Vue”. Forest rendering can be a bench mark of the rendering ability of a virtual world because it can tell how the system can render thousands of object at a time and how it is handling it. Also it is showing the atmospheric rendering, too. If it is truly the image took in Sansar, I think the new world is quite promising. (if it is not, and purely just for PR image, hmmmm? 😛 )
Cougar Sangria said:
if there is procedural voxel terrain and asset instancing, as has been mentioned, then a terrain like this would be well within the range of what you can do, and with a lot less effort than one would imagine. Modern tools make this, while much more amazing visually, considerably easier to do now than it would have taken back in the SL heyday. I can’t wait!
i have been on secondlife since 2008 is SL going to still be around?
Jo Yardley said:
Yes, SL is not going anywhere for a long time.