A social experiment started seven years ago by an entrepreneur Jonathan Abrams in Mountain View, Calif. is now packed with a 3D scenes allowing user to express creativity in multidimensional environments.
The new release Go 3D with 3D Scenes of Friendster features interactive environments in which a user can explore scenes, personalize scenes with a user photos, videos and attach those scenes add it on a user profiles.
Before a user can use 3D scenes, a user must accept a plug-in and agree to the Friendster’s Terms of Service. The app won't download anything to a user computer or affect the security of a user account.
Adding a new dimension to a Friendster profile account will give an interactive 3D experience to a profile page and a allowing user to select any of the a free and premium scene from 3D scenes library.
Friendster was founded before the creation, launch and adoption of MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn and others. It is a top 20 global website in the world in terms of traffic, serving over 16 billion page views a month, and leading in “user engagement” among the top five global social networks, with users spending an average of 147 minutes per visitor per month on its site.
Friendster has a loyal and growing user base throughout Asia in the following top 10 countries: Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and South Korea.
Friendster is backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Benchmark Capital, DAG Ventures, IDG Ventures and individual investors.