Photo: "Second Life," Other Virtual Worlds Reshaping Human Interaction



Avatars in the simulation game Second Life view a photography exhibit that uses virtual versions of actual pieces from the collection of the George Eastman House museum in Rochester, New York.

Second Life and other virtual worlds could reshape global commerce and perhaps even the way people interact over the Internet, observers suggest.

Image courtesy the Electric Sheep Company


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