Dreamshare is a cool new feature by Tranquility Dexler, one of the owners of the OpenSim-based virtual world called Inworldz, and it lets you share objects that you created in-world on a web browser, like so:
Ms. Wizzy Gynoid, who told me about this bit of metaverse niftiness, explains further how it works:
"You create a folder called 'dreamshare' and put that in your Objects folder. Then you put your full-perm object in that folder.
Then you log in to the InWorldz website and choose the "Inworldz Dreamshare" link from the menu.
"Then you click on the icon next to the object in the dreamshare folder. This loads the object into dreamshare. After a moment or two, to allow for loading, you look in the lower pane... and there your object is with the URL link to view it in a browser.
"Click the link. The object loads all the prims and displays. You can then click on it and rotate it at will for viewing from all angles."
Fairly freaking cool. No known plans to develop something like this for Second Life, but I hope someone can. (If it can work with mesh-based objects, that is.) To really be compelling, you'd probably need to attach this to some kind of e-commerce or web game/social gifting mechanism. Though I can see this being used for some real world modeling use cases. And, of course, sending people prim-based cocks. (Which will probably be the first use case, as it usually is.)
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