What terms should I know to get the most out of my subscription?

Modified on: Wed, 19 May, 2021 at 4:58 PM

If you're new to the Sinespace platform (or to virtual worlds in general), understanding a few key terms will help you get the most out of our Breakroom documentation. 

World: When you purchase a Breakroom subscription, we give you access to your own standalone virtual area, or world. Client worlds are completely disconnected from one another.

Regions: Inside your world, you can have multiple regions. We offer a wide selection of region templates, which are plug-and-play areas designed to help you host different kinds of events -- everything from conference halls to neon-lit music venues. You can also design your own regions and upload them to your world. 

Avatar: When a user logs in to your world, they are given control over a graphical representation of themselves. Users can customize their avatar or choose from a selection of avatars that you define. 

UI: This abbreviation stands for user interface, and it encompasses all of the menus, maps, buttons, and pop-ups that appear when you log in to Breakroom or access certain features. Breakroom owners can use the World Dashboard to enable or disable UI elements for end users.

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