In January, I posted some comments about and pictures of the impressive "Roma" ancient Rome build created by Torin Golding (teleport SLURL). Since then, I've received a request to create a video showing the historic sim for those who aren't in Second Life.
I threw this video together over the weekend. (The video might take a minute or two to queue up. Go direct to Blip.tv if you have problems viewing this. Or check out the much crappier YouTube version.) Enjoy!
6 thoughts on “Video tour of Roma (ancient Roman Second Life sim)”
That was wonderful! I love visiting Roma in SL–and it was fun to watch the video; thank you for making it.
i went their to !!
i took some amazing pics with a freind we also had fun with the chariots and everything was so cool!!!i love going their!!
i posted some pics on FLICKR of my visit in ROME
Nice pics Veronica. You might want to turn off the UI in your snapshots though. They get a bit distracting.
yes, its a nice roman city roma and i enjoyed myself there, but i must say i came across a better roman city called Colonian Nova Caesarea and i found this sim a great place to walk around and it had a colosseum
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Roma is a virtual cityscape of ancient Rome. I felt immersed into the environment with this video. Well done.
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