Virtual sex 3d chatroom
Tech Crunch readers can grab one of 500 invites to the private beta here.
The application is very sleek, sporting an intuitive interface and quick, good looking graphics.
Each user can customize the appearance of their 3D avatar to their liking by modifying both their physical appearance and purchasing in-game outfits using Club Cooee credits.
Players can converse either in private chats or as groups, and can meet in a number of public rooms designed to look like virtual restaurants and meeting places.
For one, there’s no way to converse over the network when you don’t have the client installed – you can’t message users via text messages, nor can you talk to them in a web interface like meebo.
The windowless application may also confuse some users at first, as it can be easy to accidentally click on a desktop icon or file while interacting with the Club Cooee client.
Kids who spoke to unknown people online, had unfamiliar people on their buddy lists, freely talked about sex with strangers online, looked for pornographic material on the Internet, or who were routinely "rude or nasty" while online were found to be at greater risk.
Kids with social networking sites are "no more likely than other youths online to have uncomfortable or scary contacts with unknown people," the report said.Posing as children, members of Cuomo's staff were "repeatedly solicited by adult sexual predators on Facebook," according to a statement.The following month, Facebook and Cuomo reached an agreement whereby Facebook agreed to pursue sex-related user complaints within 24 hours, and allow an independent examiner to report on Facebook's compliance for the next two years.Founder Alexander Jorias says that the service is also planning to generate revenue with a number of B2B partners, and that little, if any money will come from standard advertising.While its execution is impressive, Club Cooee will have a few factors working against it.