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Sky Espinal

WowOoWoW

What I did in my world is, I took art from the De La Cruz Collection and placed it inside of an abstract dimension using the shapes that I found on the application.

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Mariana Arboli

Treasure in Ocean

In this world I made a boat heading to an island in the middle of the ocean. I created the island with a palm tree and I put a treasure chest in the middle with an artwork from the gallery next to the box. The world was put together to make a fun place where you could get treasure and explore the sea.

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Carlos Dick - Sebastian Sanchis - Kaileo Valdes

Worlds

Basically, what we did was, we put our paintings together and we made an art gallery put together by: Carlos, Kai-Leo and Sebastian. We did this because we want to inspire people to go beyond their limits, and also because we wanted to see our art in VR.

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Valeria Stecchi

Circle House

This world is a house that is in the shape of a circle. It has one room that is a loft, one bathroom, a kitchen, a living room, and a pool. I made this house because I watched a show in which they built a real life circle house so I decided to make it. This was not my first idea though. My first idea was a trampoline park and I started to make it but the Internet crashed and I lost most of it, so I built the house instead.

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Jose Cano

Perspective

I made this world just to see what people think of it. All I want is to understand people. Here are other reasons I made it; I like being crazy cause it is how I am, it is fun and to get into others’ minds.

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Maximo Biasutto

“High Way”

Im my project I made a basic high way with buildings, skyscrapers and a tunnel.

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Julian Henriquez

Julian Henriquez’s Personal Gallery

As the name suggests it’s just a small room with things that are important to me, such as drawings over the years, important moments in my life, my horrible, deformed, face (makes sense later), and finally, my parents. These things are important to me because most of them overall shape who I am.

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Carlos Martin Lopez

Aeropuerto

En mi proyecto quize representar un aeropuerto con un avion despegando y unos edificios.

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Lillian Interian

ReHaBiLiTaTiOn

This is a place in a game that represents what you think about the world, in this case the protagonist thinks of it as a jail. It is called the Velvet Room. I did this project because I thought it would be really cool to see this in virtual reality. This is the Velvet Room from Persona 5. OwO

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Lindsay Fornaris

Nature 2.0

This world is about taking a little trip into nature! You can sit by the campfire and roast marshmallows, swim in the pond, or sleep in your tent! I want people to experience camping in VR so that maybe they might want to go camping in reality!

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Nicole Rodriguez - Melissa Reyes

Fireballs

Our project is about space and it has a moon, a star and three fireballs. We want to demonstrate to people that you can make up your imagination, that you can create any thing, because fireballs in space do not exist. We just used our imagination.

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Andrea Martinez Garaulet

Kangwui World

I did the craziest, most colorful world I could do. I did this world to create an experience that is not yet possible in real life, so the opportunity to experience this in virtual reality is amazing.

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Dali Interian

Layers of Fear

My world is a take on a video game that involves an artist returning to his abandoned home and trying to finish a painting he has been struggling to finish. I created this world to form a creative way of adding in works from the De La Cruz Collection and my own ideas into one space.

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Tatiana Multach

Blocky World

This world was made because out of all the shapes provided on the application, squares worked the best when it comes to landscapes. I wanted it to be as realistic as possible by only using cubes. I also made a guy who is blocky so he fit into the surroundings. You could also say that it looks a lot like Minecraft, my favorite game.

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