EVANSTON, Ill., May 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Metaverse developer Simuality LLC has joined the effort to help relieve the unspeakable human suffering in Myanmar in the wake of Cyclone Nargis. Special donation kiosks have been developed and are being placed in high-traffic locations in the virtual world of Second Life, with coordination being arranged via the Simuality welcome center on their main island (http://slurl.com/secondlife/Simuality/106/83/41).
In addition, links to the donation centers are being featured on the front pages of all of the Simuality sites, including SlippCat(TM) (http://slippcat.com), the recently unveiled metaverse advertising system, Avatrait (http://avatrait.com), the web site associated with the very popular Second Life art gallery of the same name, and the main Simuality site (http://simuality.com).
Virtual world donations are being collected in the Second Life currency of Linden Dollars. All monies collected will be donated to the International Red Cross to support their efforts to help relieve the effects of the massive devastation left by the tropical storm.
Second Life (http://secondlife.com) is the industry-leading 3-D virtual world developed by Linden Lab of San Francisco, CA.
Simuality LLC is both a full-service Metaverse developer, specializing in "sticky" builds that offer user activities and interaction for our clients, as well as an "incubator" for creating virtual world applications.
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