Japan’s answer to “Second Life”

“meet-me” is an online interactive virtual Tokyo created in Japan by digital marketing company Transcosmos Inc.

CNN reports:

Kunimasa Hamaoka, who oversees “meet-me” at digital marketing company Transcosmos Inc., is banking on the cultural differences between Japanese and Americans to compete against the world’s top virtual community. Japanese are so well-behaved and conformist, he says, they would prefer a more predictable and secure virtual environment over the free-spirited anything-goes of “Second Life,” created by San Francisco-based Linden Lab.

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One response to “Japan’s answer to “Second Life”

  1. Thank you for introducing the event of Japan. I am very glad.

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