Below is a list of some of the most frequently used AR world terminologies you should become friendly with while playing Mossland game. These terminologies are:
Avatars: This term is originally derived from one Sanskrit word and it actually relates to a mental traveller through the roads of Indian fairy tales. In the AR world of Mossland, it is the character or personality you should use to represent yourself for performing all the activities including communicating with other players.
Community: These are one cluster of people or residents who inhabit the land (Mossland) of virtual space.
Cryptocurrency: Most of the virtual worlds have their own form of currency (Moss in the form of Bitcoins or Ethereum), which typically can be converted into USD, GBP, EURO or other forms of real money while doing transactions.
Emotes: These usually express emotions in a virtual world (laughing, crying and smiling).
Grid: This is the technology and platform behind the virtual world creation.
Latency: This denotes the lag of movements in motion. It is measured in a 2-D plane keeping the delay of the actual change of position along Y-axis versus the response time along X-axis. The faster your system bandwidth and your internet connection, the lower the latency you will experience.
Teleport: It is a virtual experience to fly to another location in the virtual space.
Universe: This is the virtual collection of all possible entities and the space they are embedded in for creating a virtual world. So technically speaking, each virtual reality site has its own universe.