You might have observed Second Life. It’s an application plan produced in 2003 enabling customers to construct avatars and explore an online globe. Customers through their unique avatars can interact socially with other people, take part in individual or class tasks, get and trade house, travel worldwide. Customers purchase garments, items, and motions. There are 18 million users on next Life.

A unique organization also known as Weopia has brought this concept and applied it to dating. Their internet site claims to enable you to “get a better feeling of the individual”, “work faster than online dating sites by yourself” and “in order to make true to life times two times as successful”.

The concept works in this way: you fulfill some body on an internet matchmaking solution. In e-mail or from the phone you claim that you are going on an online day. Certainly one of you joins Weopia and pays $5. This individual sends an anonymous e-mail invite to the other individual. The two of you develop an avatar for day. You’ll be able to be involved in one of many tasks – fly a hovercraft, get sailing, hang gliding.  You can also remain and “talk” via IM.

This service membership promises unrivaled confidentiality and safety settings.

So, is it creepy? A very helpful tool? An odd fad? The daring “” new world “”?

Would you make use of these types of a site?