Ebbe Linden reveals some new screenshots of Project Sansar


During the past week or so Ebbe Linden CEO of Linden Lab has posted some new screenshots of Project Sansar on Twitter. These new screenshots show some examples of what environments (Mars & the Moon) can look like inside Project Sansar.

Ebbe Linden mentions that it takes a few hours to create a multi user VR experience with Project Sansar. These screenshots look nice so far and I would imagine there will be more new screenshots showing more environments in the weeks or months ahead.

The Moon

The first screenshot shows a possible moon / desert environment featuring a classic looking cinema, realistic shadows and amazing graphics with realistic lighting over objects. In the bottom left corner there are shadows of avatars which is rather interesting.

Posted on 10th February 2016

Mars

The second screenshot shows a realistic multi-user Mars VR experience. This is an example of how a landscape can be made in just a few hours and then brought to life.

Posted on 4th February 2016

What do you think about these new screenshots from Project Sansar ?

What kind of environment experience would you like to see created ?  

4 thoughts on “Ebbe Linden reveals some new screenshots of Project Sansar

  1. Samara

    Since there is an emerging market to use game engines for architectural VR, and editing capabilities in VR is kind of an issue there, I wonder and look forward to see what could be done in Project Sansar.

    BTW, note that architects avoid telling that they use a game engine for VR because it would be to nerdy to say so to someone investing a big bunch of money for a RL building. So second life is kind of “burned” for that:-/

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