SL Artists Like Aristide Depres Are Now Creating Interactive Experiences in Cloud Party
Click here to visit the Cloud Party world of Aristide Depres, which is the name of a well known Second Life artist who took that identity into Cloud Party, the web-based world, and is now creating art there too. Artistide is among the many SL artists who have created Cloud Party scenes in the last week or two, and so far, it is to me the most impressive. There's a giant sculpture of a woman lying across the surface, above which boulders (physics-enabled) fall. Artistide has added new content to the place since I took this screenshot last week -- interactive music is involved -- but really, you should click to see it for yourself.
This is just one of many Cloud Party experiences created by SL artists, as I said, and I'll be blogging about them soon. And I'm not the only one. A few days ago, Cloud Party investor/adviser Cory Ondrejka, who long ago co-founded Second Life, posted a pic of himself visiting a surreal Cloud Party world on his Facebook wall.
Artistide, I should add, created a Linden Endowment for the Arts sim in Second Life. Normally I would add a teleport link to visit the place, but here's the very interesting thing, look:
Aristide Depres is promoting her Second Life sim in Cloud Party. Clicking the image above left even brings up a SLurl link, so you can directly teleport from Cloud Party to Second Life. (I mean, after downloading, updating, and executing the SL client, and making sure it's compatible with your computer, and tweaking your settings so it runs well on it, and logging into the server, and then waiting 4-5 minutes for the sim to display fully, of course.)
More Cloud Party islands coming soon. If you know of any that you love, please pass the links on. This one comes courtesy Ms. JoJa Dhara (her name in SL, and now Cloud Party too.)