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We have been making watches and clocks since 2007 in Second Life, unique items such as the Triton range that have three different hour hands for three separate
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As a long term resident of SL (Second Life) and in-world builder, it is unavoidable to note comparisons with ESO (Elder Scrolls Online) and think about what is
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Now that our Octobrrr Hunt is done, we look to a popular English tradition - Bonfire Night.
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Producing services and goods for the internet based blended reality company; marketing and maintaining the =IcaruS= brand via main company website, within Second Life and globally across the metaverse.
  • University of Huddersfield
    Interactive Multimedia – BA (Hons)
  • =IcaruS=
    Owner, present
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