Online Exhibitions For Independent Artists and Designers
Sky Harbour launches virtual art exhibition in Second Life
Sky Harbour launched a virtual art exhibition on Feb 25, 2023 in L & J Gallery, an art gallery in the famous 3D world Second Life. The Sky Harbour is a NFT game under development powered by NEAR. Its a MMORPG, with a finity resource economy, that will be controled by the players, to the
Sky Harbour launched a virtual art exhibition on Feb 25, 2023 in L & J Gallery, an art gallery in the famous 3D world Second Life.
A virtual art exhibition is an online exhibition that allows viewers to experience artwork in a digital environment. These exhibitions can take various forms, such as a 3D gallery, a virtual reality environment, or a website. Virtual art exhibitions provide an alternative to traditional physical exhibitions, allowing artists to showcase their work to a broader audience worldwide without the limitations of geographic distance or space.
In virtual art exhibitions, viewers can interact with the artwork through a variety of ways such as zooming in on specific details, listening to audio descriptions, and viewing multimedia presentations. They can also communicate with the artists and other viewers in virtual chat rooms or discussion forums. Some virtual art exhibitions use cutting-edge technologies like augmented reality and virtual reality to create immersive experiences for viewers.
Second Life is a virtual 3D world that was launched in 2003 by Linden Lab. It allows users, also known as "residents," to create and customize their own avatars, interact with other users, and participate in various activities such as shopping, gaming, and socializing. Second Life is not a game in the traditional sense but a virtual environment where users can create their own experiences.
In Second Life, residents can build and design their own virtual spaces, including homes, clubs, and businesses. They can also attend virtual events and concerts, take classes, and participate in other educational activities. Second Life has its economy, where residents can buy and sell virtual goods and services using the virtual currency called Linden dollars.
Second Life was very popular during its peak in the mid-2000s and is still in operation today, although its user base has declined significantly. Despite this, it remains a unique platform for virtual experiences and has been used by artists, educators, and businesses to create virtual exhibitions, events, and simulations.
The Sky Harbour is a NFT game under development powered by NEAR. Its a MMORPG, with a finity resource economy, that will be controled by the players, to the players. The game is being develop using the Unity Engine. The 100 ships, from this collection, give the access to the early stages of the game, and each captain of these ships will be able to participate at the history of the game. They will give access to one ship at the game as well. And other rewards as they appear.
L & J Gallery is a 3D design and exhibition studio in Second Life since 2012. They built a pyramid gallery inworld to host virtual art exhibitions like Sky Harbour's.
To visit this exhibition you need download a viewer for Second Life and teleport to the following inworld location:
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