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South Korea's Cyworld started out as a social-networking site, but has evolved into a two-dimensional equivalent of Second Life, claiming 20 million registered users from Asia to Latin America.Richard Branson's Virgin recently announced plans to create its own 3-D community called A World of My Own.

Simon Stevens spins his wheelchair across the room, then leaps up and starts dancing, a move he can execute only here in Second Life, a 3-D virtual world that Stevens roams on his PC screen, using an avatar—a graphic rendering of himself, liberated from his cerebral palsy.By 2011, four of every five people who use the Internet will actively participate in Second Life or some similar medium, according to Gartner Research, which recently did a study looking at the investment potential of virtual worlds.If Gartner is to be believed (and it is one of the most respected research firms in the field) this means 1.6 billion—out of a total 2 billion Internet users—will have found new lives online.The woman behind the Anshe avatar is Ailin Graef, a former language teacher living near Frankfurt, Germany.Three years ago she started buying and developing virtual land in Second Life to see whether its virtual economy could sustain a real life.

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The likes of My Space and Facebook have already created online communities, but they lack the three-dimensional potential for interaction that Second Life provides.