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It remains profitable, says Altberg, both for Linden and its creators.
The company makes about 70% of its money off the real estate market in Second Life, essentially hosting simulators, or virtual land, that people can “rent” from the company.
“We obviously have the largest ready to roll audience…. As with Second Life, visitors inside Sansar will be able to dress up and customize their avatars, primarily communicating with others via voice using a headset.“In the not too distant future this is how people will cut down on travel, be able to participate and go places, and do things that otherwise would be too expensive, too dangerous, too inconvenient, ," Altberg says."The luxury we have (in developing Sansar) is that we have already seen people successfully do all of the things I mentioned in Second Life.
It’s been a LONG while and I am pretty sure most of you have moved on or wondered what the hell happened. Well alas for those of us that hang in the virtual world we have this thing called the dreaded RL that sometimes sucks us in and won’t let go for awhile.. I myself had just gotten back not to long ago and let me tell you before I left… All in all I can say it was quite the learning experience.
I was guided throughout these experiences by a Linden Lab employee who was in a remote location, fronted by an avatar.
Altberg hopes Sansar will become the platform for social VR creators, just as You Tube became the go-to streaming solution for uploaded video.
The well-funded Altspace VR is up and running and hosting events where people can congregate in shared virtual spaces, even watching avatars for entertainers perform.
Some people never find such places and don't stick around.