Metaverse Creativity
ISSN: 20403550
Online ISSN: 20403569
First published in 2010
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Editors

Elif Ayiter
Sabanci University
ayiter@gmail.com

Yacov Sharir
University of Texas at Austin
sharir@mail.utexas.edu

Metaverse Creativity: Building, Performing, Learning and Authorship in Online 3D Worlds investigates the creative content of user-defined online virtual worlds, such as Second Life®. This is not limited to artistic output, but encompasses various disciplines of design, from fashion and object design, to landscaping and virtual architecture.

Creativity in a metaverse manifests under the unique conditions of the virtual environment. This journal's interests includes, but is not limited to: the social, psychological, legal or economic underpinnings of these worlds; creative interactions online; and Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Technologies. Research from the broader perspective of 'Art, Science and Technology' is also welcome.

Abstracting and Indexing
Art and Architecture Complete; Art and Architecture Index; British Humanities Index; Center for Optimal Adult Development (COAD); Design and Applied Art Index (DAAI); Film and Television Literature Index; TOC Premier; Summon

Please send submissions to the editors, Elif Ayiter (ayiter@gmail.com) or Yacov Sharir (sharir@mail.utexas.edu). Thank you.

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