It’s a mad world

I discovered something unique today. A former Linden Labs employee has made a Schizophrenia simulation in Second Life (if you’re a player, click here to go right there).

It features a walk through a hospital ward with voices telling you “You’re dead!”, “Kill yourself!”, as well as visual halucinations and a little information as well. It’s disturbing, it’s educational and it makes me thank the heavens I have most of my sanity.

What an intersting thing to build and what an interesting project to undertake. Second Life beautifully suits this kind of education and I applaud Nash Baldwin, aka, James Cook, for his work.

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