Copyright and Usage Notice
|World Skills||System Requirements||Depth||Building Capability?||Create your own Avatar?||Sound Support?|
|Beginner||Windows 95, 3.1, NT Mac OS||2D||No, use your Web site as a chat room||Yes, use your own picture||Sound effects only|
|Windows 3.1, 95
Mac OS 7.5.3 or higher
256-color video supporting VGA or SVGA
Mac 68030 supporting System 7.5.3 or higher
|PC: 8MB Ram; 12MB virtual memory, 3MB free disk space; sound card optional for sound effects
Macintosh: 12MB RAM, 4MB virtual memory. Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 or Netscape Navigator 3.0 is required
|PPP dial-up to the Internet at 14.4 kbps, or subscription to America Online|
Grand Central Station of the Web Universe
On our voyage of discovery in digital
space, we have been traveling through parallel universes. Up ahead
lies the intersection of two great universes. The Cyberspace time
continuum folds around as avatar worlds cross over the Web to
create a million virtual places. Avatars slide around on top of
Web pages, Web pages ripple and change under avatars.
Your guide to Virtual Places
Virtual Places: Cruisin' the Web Cosmos
Wow, this Web tour is getting hot!
Wow, imagine being
able to take your friends in a tour bus that drives on top of
the World Wide Web. Imagine making any Web page into a chat room,
and inviting hundreds of avatars to your own personal cyberbash.
Welcome to the world wild web of Virtual Places. Someone had to
do it; combining the virtually infinite spaces of the World Wide
Web with the unlimited ability of Internet citizens to chat. Virtual
places will let you cruise the Web cosmos in style. So what are
we waiting for, let's go surfin'.