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#1 2010-07-15 15:11:01

ViciousBadWon-Ton
Pilgrim
From: United Kingdom
Registered: 2010-04-20
Posts: 5

The Otherland Group

Hey everyone. After searching the internet for more information about the Otheralnd MMOG, which to my disapointment I didn't find anything new on the game, I found a strange website.

It's called the Otherland group and they say that their group is based on the belief that "the future internet will not be limited to an interconnected web of ‘pages’, consisting of text, graphics and some snippets of sound and moving pictures." They then say that the next step for the internet is "the Web 3D, a platform where a lot of the information contained in flat pages today is presented as a virtual world"

Anyway, on another page they said they were inspired by Tad's Otherland series. So this has excited me and I just thought I should share it with you all! :)

http://www.otherland-group.com/

 

#2 2010-07-16 00:23:09

Sahi
Mantis
From: Assendelft (the Netherlands)
Registered: 2001-06-04
Posts: 44729
Website

Re: The Otherland Group

Funny! Never heard of them before. Thanks for sharing.


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#3 2011-02-20 15:23:46

Calvin
Pilgrim
Registered: 2010-01-31
Posts: 10

Re: The Otherland Group

Stumbled upon this myself, too. They are a virtual worlds company, working with OpenGrid (see: Second Life).

Great name, though.

 

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