in-world

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in-world

adj
(Computer Science) of or relating to a virtual online environment: my in-world avatar.
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The in-world collectable card game not only adds depth to the fantasy world, but it's also quite a lot of fun in its own right.
Land ownership, criminal justice, user interfaces, the modeling of meteor collisions, architecture and craftsmanship, account systems, individual in-world character styles, food, laws, skills, and even pollution have been worked out, and the development blog keeps users up-to-date on the news.
com, brings the in-world theme park to glorious digital life.
For the achievement of the V-ALERT objectives, an online 3D Virtual World Learning Environment will be developed, supporting i) in-world experiential learning activities based on scenarios designed out of real-life information security risk cases, ii) "safely" exposure to safety risks, which should be recognized and overcome through appropriate actions.
In-world songs and a sumptuous jazzy score weave together, swelling and retreating in perfect sync with the onscreen action and your surroundings.
Some players meet for the first time in-world, get to know each other by text- or audio-based conversation, and later shift to out-of-game social media where the initial attraction blooms.
Victory is rewarded with more followers or personalized gifts, such as additional powers or in-world items.
Traditional dating sites were never focused on facilitating in-world experiences, as much as helping people express their identity online," Schechter said.
Individuals, represented by avatars, control their in-world actions whether to move, communicate, collaborate, create, or socialize in-world (EDU CAUSE, 2006; Robbins & Butler, 2009).
Players can also create their own content that will appear in the virtual world, including hosting special in-world parties or contributing their own artwork that could be featured in the in-world newspaper, Jamaa Journal.
Planet Michael will be a free software download without subscription fees but will feature an in-world economy with opportunities to spend money or donate to charities, according to SEE.
Distributed, large-scale professional development is possible and may be desirable in virtual worlds and other online environments in order to counter the novice online educator's initial tendency to align previous face-to-face practice into their new in-world environment, instead of using the unique attributes of virtual worlds.