Second Life goes mobile

Second Life is an Internet-based virtual world launched in 2003 which enables its users to interact with each other through motional avatars, providing an advanced level of a social network service combined with general aspects of a metaverse. Residents can explore, meet other Residents, socialize, participate in individual and group activities, create and trade items and services from one another.

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The Second Life experience is coming to mobile now. The 3D virtual world platform, created by Linden Lab will soon be available on 3G handsets via Vollee’s streaming mobile games service. Beta trials for Vollee’s new mobile offering for the Second Life Grid platform (an inter-connected platform which extends beyond the mainland of Second Life itself) will be open to those who pre-register by visiting:

Vollee’s Second Life mobile service will enable access to the virtual world of Second Life for Residents to explore, interact and communicate on-line. The Second Life mobile experience reformats the online world to fit on mobile phone screens while mapping the keys on handsets to commands in-world. Existing Residents can simply log-in and people new to Second Life can also try out the online world for the first time through the mobile service. With a simple download to their 3G mobile handset, anyone can enjoy their online Second Life session while on the move.

“What we have developed is a service which, for the first time, allows you to access a rich persistent virtual 3D world the way it is supposed to be experienced on your phone,” said Martin Dunsby, CEO, Vollee.  “This is a true ‘before and after moment’ in which mobile is living up to its potential in serving as an always on, connected platform.”

“For Linden Lab, this represents an intuitive way to extend the reach and accessibility of the Second Life Grid platform,” said Chris Mahoney, Business Deveopment Manager, Linden Lab.  ”This is a great way for Second Life Residents to stay connected to their friends, business and experiences in-world, wherever they are.”

Vollee’s proprietary solution is the only one on the market that can stream any high-end PC title to mobile, including popular massively multiplayer online role playing games. The company’s technology takes into account the screen size, the key layout and makes sure all the fun of playing the original game remains. Vollee’s interactive video streaming platform optimizes compression to minimize bandwidth requirements and also leverages the 3G mobile networks in such a way that gamers can not only navigate virtual worlds but also play fast paced, high quality video games previously impossible on mobile. A single software download to a 3G handset provides access to the Vollee streamed titles, enabling gamers to find and play mobile games more easily than ever.

Vollee’s Second Life mobile beta trials will begin in May 2008, but fans can pre-register beginning today by visiting

Via SWB.




Found under: Second Life mobile, Second Life Symbian, Second Life S60

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Published on 22.02.2008 in Symbian Freeware Blog

Comments: Second Life goes mobile

Posted by valdemir on Monday, August 22, 2011 06:16
eu quero entra no second life e muito bom!...
Posted by valdemir on Monday, August 22, 2011 06:21
muito bom...

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