What is it?
Virtual worlds are 3-D environments, where users can interact with one another. Second Life is such a ‘world’. It is created and inhabited by ‘avatars’, 3-D representations which can walk, talk, fly and interact with each other.
Also known as:
Virtual environments, 3-D computer-based simulated environments, Second Life (the most known virtual world)
- For role-playing activities
- For simulations
- To host events that involve people from outside LSE
- To visit virtual locations in the world (i.e. museums, art galleries, historic buildings & events etc.)
- Castors Retreat was used by both Spanish & French teachers from the Languages department at LSE. Visit the French Second Life exhibition: Déjà Vu?
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