Unique Second Life Videos

It’s late, I can’t sleep, so what better to do than scan YouTube for new Second Life videos.

Here are a few videos to start off the new week:

For anyone who is a fan of Hayao Miyazaki films (Disney now owns the rights to distribute in the US), here is a user created video from Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind:

Original Nausicaa Movie Trailer

Nausicaa in Second Life

Here’s one of the Globe Theatre opening on Renaissance Island:

Globe Theatre Opening, Renaissance Island

And what is this from IBM?

The Sentinel 2.0 Project

A new video from Torley, although this one is not a tutorial:

Windlight: Binary Beauty

More IBM projects in SL:

IBM Brownfield Visualization

And here are some outtakes from the amazing “Watch the World” video I posted last week:

Watch the World(s) – revisited

Watch the World – Original Video

I stumbled on this video again tonight.  It was originally posted over a year ago.  It’s still a great piece of work:

Better Life 

How about a Go tutorial in Second Life? This is a very innovative use of the SL platform to teach GO:

Video Tutorial for the Game Go (WeiQi, Baduk) – Part 1

Video Tutorial for the Game Go (WeiQi, Baduk) – Part 2

Either I am finally getting tired, or this is one unusual performance in Second Life:

“Blink” – Two Rooms & An Island

It still may be too early for viable virtual work, but this is coming in the not too distant future:

Manpower’s Machinima on the World of Virtual Work

Cool American Express project to save the rainforest:

Second Chance Trees – American Express Members Project

Seems like this did the trick, almost 1:00am and it’s time to sail off to dreamland:

The Trucordia Yawl – Second Life

Goodnight, and I hope you enjoy watching these as much as I enjoyed digging them up. I have a feeling that morning is going to get here far too early.


3 responses to “Unique Second Life Videos

  1. absolutely great collection, thanks

  2. wish I could make these videos, anybody can teach me? Meta Mart really could use this to show how power our created technology is

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