Thursday, March 3, 2016

Great Second Life Destinations: CyberPolis- The Oracle by Asmita Duranjaya at LEA 10



The incredible animated fractals at CyberPolis - The Oracle, an art installation at LEA (Linden Endowment for the Arts) 10 by Asmita Duranjaya are a sight for the eyes. These fractals come to life -- and are warm and inviting. The Oracle itself, which broadcasts through a monitor walking an a robotic body, interacts with visitors throughout the exhibit.




The art installation itself is a game. According to the artist:

The Oracle will continue the story of researcher Lisa Sheldrake to find the secrets of the planetary system CyberPolis. This time the astro-anthropologist will discover an old oracle. Her story will guide the visitors through a maze and help them to solve a puzzle.

Those who read this blog know that I do not have the patience or attention span to follow Second Life games and quests. However, this installation is a stunner and should be visited by anyone who appreciates good virtual design.  To visit this highly recommended art installation, which should be up through the end of March 2016:

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA10/221/93/23




See more blog coverage of Cyberpolis:

Exploring SL with Dido
http://exploringslwithdido.blogspot.co.uk/2016/02/cyberpolis-oracle-by-asmita-duranjaya.html

Juri's Virtual Art Blog:
http://juripelonen.blogspot.co.uk/2016/02/lea10-another-tale-of-cyberpolis-oracle.html




Artist Asmita Duranjaya's  links:

Blog:
http://giridevi.blogspot.com/

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/satori.butar




Looking for more places to visit?

To see more of my coverage of great destinations to visit in Second Life (scroll down):
http://www.eddihaskell.com/search/label/Second%20Life%20Destinations


Check out Scoop It Second Life Destinations forr more great places to visit:
http://www.scoop.it/t/second-life-destinations






To find our more about the Linden Endowment for the Arts (LEA): 

Blog:
http://lindenarts.blogspot.com/

Web Site:
http://lea-sl.org/




I constructed the two animated GIFs from 15 individual frames each over at  ezgif.com.



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