Carlos Loff, an experienced virtual worlds builder and community manager since 2007 in Second Life, has re-launched a crowd funding campaign for $2,250 now to expand and build a 144 regions Digital Lisbon on Aviworlds the new mega-project partner and supporter. Lisbon foundations open to visits next July 15th. Part of the money raised, or $600, will cover the first year hosting fees, $1,000 for events, and $500 for purchasing content and building the virtual recreation.
“Digital Lisbon is now by far the biggest city replica in the whole Metaverse, with nothing less than 9 clustered Megaregions of 16 regions each” said Loff.
According to Loff, it will have an almost 70% degree of geographical scale accuracy and structural continuity, and will cover the equivalent to 9 square kilometers of virtual land.
“People will be able to furnish their own homes, attend concerts, fairs and workshops, explore virtual museums and monument replicas, rent a store or office and run a bar, theater or school,” he added.
“What makes Lisbon special are elements such as unparallel city size and continuity, building and texturing accuracy, full usage and interactivity of buildings, objects and living things, everything brought alive with many community activities and dynamics, including hiring many artists and lecturers,” said Loff.
Loff’s campaign offers special access and uses to backers and a free piece of land to top supporters, with freedom to develop their own vision of business, education or entertainment activities.
Visit the crowd fund campaign, help make a difference on the metaverse and get your piece of Lisbon at http://www.gofundme.com/digital-lisbon