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Archive for March 25th, 2019

Saffia and Sophia

Saffia and Sophia

In this episode of Designing Worlds we’re paying a visit to Carrie Tatsu and the amazing Zooby’s, home of animated virtual pets and, even more famously, virtual babies, to learn all about the release of her latest project – animesh babies!

The show goes live on Monday 25th March at 2pm SLT on the Designing Worlds Vimeo channel and on the Designing Worlds channel at SLArtist – and you can join the special Watch Party (also at 2pm SLT) in our studio on Garden of Dreams.

Here is a taster:

We’ll be seeing how Carrie Tatsu has developed her business from her earliest prim dogs back in 2007 up to the stunning animesh babies that she is about to release. We learn all about what they can do; the ideas behind their creation; and how Carrie prizes above all the experiences they offer.

Pets at Zooby's, photographed by Wildstar Beaumont

Pets at Zooby’s, photographed by Wildstar Beaumont

In addition to discovering more about her impressive new line of Animesh babies, we learn that Carrie is an accomplished businesswoman in Second Life. We hear the story of her business and gain many insights, including her views on Second Life and where virtual worlds are heading.

Saffia gets her own baby, and learns how to create a mini Saffia of her own. Be afraid … be very afraid …

It’s a fascinating show looking at the evolution of a popular Second life business, and also at how new techniques can be integrated in exciting ways, so please tune in or join us at 2pm SLT.

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You can visit the Zooby’s pet store here: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Zoobyland/128/130/21
Be warned – the animesh babies will not be on sale until towards the end of April. We predict lots of Easter babies this year on the grid!

Zooby's new animesh babies

Zooby’s new animesh babies

Carrie has also made a series of videos about the new animesh babies which you can watch on her channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZvJFGz24EDurqkciHSTQtw

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