Our skilled engineers and designers are working on creating a detailed virtual model of Lootverse and its many parallel worlds. Lootverse’s map was carefully built to scale to reflect the actual size of Lootverse and the landscape, structures, history, and even real-time weather patterns of Arcadia, a parallel world within Lootverse. Our team is also adding various life forms to Arcadia, which will be showcased in its virtual reconstruction, enabling humans to discover and interact with the world seamlessly.
Although humans can’t physically travel to Lootverse, they can still explore it and its many parallel worlds by using remote-controlled drones (i.e., avatars), enabling humans to experience Lootverse directly from Earth without any limitations. In essence, you can control your avatar directly from your computer or mobile device. When it does something in Arcadia, like attending an event, driving a vehicle, or simply walking in a park, you’ll be able to experience its interactions from your screen in real-time.
In regard to the process of creating avatars, our team uses a method known as remote 3D object printing, which involves transmitting information packets of the avatar from the Earth opening of the Earth-Lootverse Tunnel (ELT). This data interacts with the walls inside the ELT to create filaments that gradually form the avatar, which materializes at the Lootian opening of the ELT (located in Einvaldi’s expansive dome).
Arins, (artificially intelligent entities created by NeoWorlder) are designed to resemble ancient Arcadians. They are considered the descendants of the Arcadians and were given Arcadia to explore and call home. We’ve infused our arins with the necessary memories and data for them to effectively guide and interact with human-controlled avatars, helping humans understand Arcadia’s rich history and Lootverse as a whole. While arins are created from the same polymer material that we use to build our structures in Arcadia, they are brought to life in special incubation tanks housed in Einvaldi City’s server towers.
Another life form you can find and interact with in Arcadia is a sylis (synthetic life form). Similar to arins, they take a physical form in Arcadia and can interact with human-controlled avatars, arins, and each other. They are virtual beings, fed with real memories and data. Unlike arins, which are strictly a product of NeoWorlder, sylis can be created by humans, arins, and even other sylis. They aren’t modeled after ancient Arcadians; they can be designed to look like anyone or anything. For example, you can create a sylis to be a virtual version of yourself (digital twin), modeled with all your physical characteristics, personality traits, and knowledge. You can even digitize your pet and make it join you in your exploration of Arcadia. Sylis are created in the same way as avatars (through the ELT). Arins, human-controlled drones, and sylis are all transported to Arcadia by the Spirit of the Skies loader vehicles after their materialization in Einvaldi.
Bylis are different from the above-mentioned entities. They are biological lifeforms that we have either discovered or learned about in Lootverse. So far, we’ve discovered bylis resembling Earth’s prehistoric dinosaurs on a floating landmass in the Lootian skies. We believe their existence is the result of a phenomenon called the Reflect Sock—a sporadic wormhole that mirrors Earth events in Lootverse. When the wormhole closes, the original event and the mirrored event continue to exist and evolve separately. Click this link to read about the Reflect Sock.
The Lootian gods and demons are more examples of biological life forms. Although no physical sighting has been reported, our advanced sensitivity monitors are capable of tracking them when they appear in Arcadia and reflecting their spontaneous appearances on the Arcadian map in real-time.
Read More: A Scientific Exploration of the Reflect Sock