Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Breaking news: Phoenix Viewer partners with SpotON3D®

As some of you know, we’ve been biting our tongues on a very big piece of information and at 2pm SLT yesterday, at the island in Second Life ®, the cat finally was let out of the bag. SpotON3D ® is most happy to announce our partnership with the Phoenix Viewer team in creating a Phoenix-flavored viewer just for SpotON3D Web Worlds! The download for the beta viewer from Phoenix will be in the next couple of days. In the meantime grab a copy of the SpotON3D viewer and kick the tires on ours ( ). We’re sure you’ll have ideas, hates and greats that you’ll want to be addressed by us or changed up in the Phoenix viewer after comparing the two. You can put in your two cents by emailing us via Some of the things you’ll want to pay attention to before you suggest doing away with certain parts is the many hybrid 2D/3D systems integrated into the Spoton3D® grid, such as …

· Our BoostCloud™ dedicated servers to let you entertain up to 125 users without impacting your neighbors, or they you.

· Our Universal Registration, Avatar & Inventory System

· SpotONSynergy and Double Dutch Delivery™ system backed by PayPal® using real USD to create a truly portable economy system

· Integrated SpotOn3D EZPrezTools™ and much much more coming at you this year.

Both the Phoenix Viewer Team and the Spoton3D Team are looking forward to working in close collaboration. This will provide users with a clear voice in how the grid and viewer interact and the path towards new features. The teams look forward to the exciting changes that will undoubtedly take place as the Phoenix team helps to further develop SpotON3D’s network of Web Worlds and associated grids.

For more information, or to get your copy of the official press release, please contact Brandy Maltas (Kalli Birman in-world : SpotON3D®'s public relations) at We look forward to seeing ya’ll wearing your Phoenix Fire tags and streaming fire icons as you build! Until then, please go ahead and grab a copy of the SpotON3D client and kick the tires a bit on the FREE4EVER account and in the FREE4EVER Sandbox.

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