New SSP Continent Grows In Size To 384 Regions

The new SSP continent in Second Life has expanded from 80 regions to 384 regions in just a few weeks. So far there have been no announcements about this new continent from Linden Lab. We all have to be patient for now and wait to see what the Lindens are up to.

A lot of terraforming work has happened in the past few weeks and it looks very good on the map so far. I love the smiley face with hi on SSP124.

I guess we can call it a Super Secret Project at the moment.

Before – 20th August 2018

Now – 2nd September 2018

What do you think these regions will be used for ? 

More updates soon!


Sansar Live & Recent Usage Statistics 2018

Galen who is a very talented programmer over at Metaverse Machines (MM) has a really interesting webpage for live Sansar statistics including charts for daily, weekly and monthly peak/average numbers. There is also a chart for the number of Sansar experiences built over time.

I think that this webpage provides a more accurate picture on the usage stats for Sansar at the moment. Check it all out below 🙂

Live Sansar Stats

As of 1.56pm SLT today these are for listed experiences only.

  • There are 1,073 experiences listed
  • There are 17 people in 11 listed experiences now
  • Today’s peak is 26 and average is 10 people
  • 11 experiences visited these past 3 hours
  • 74 experiences visited today
  • 126 experiences visited this month

Sansar Experiences Most Active Right Now

Sansar Visitor Charts

The following charts come from data collected using a publicly available API. We take a snapshot of all currently listed experiences and how many people are in them approximately every 10 minutes. The “peak” lines represent the highest concurrent head-count across all experiences measured in those snapshots across the whole day (or week). The averages are computed by adding up the total head-count measures for each day (or week) and dividing by the number of snapshots. The gaps between each snapshot make this data imperfect but very solid. To avoid visual confusion, today’s data is excluded.