Ever since the beginnings of virtual worlds, the set designers and architects found in
the Metaverse spaces where they can also see the most daring projects: projects that
could never see the light in the real world.
Dario Buratti, known in virtual worlds as Colpo Wexler, is perhaps the most visionary
among international architects who build entire territories and architectures in virtual worlds.
Milanese, graduated in Brera in Scenography, his dream of setting up virtual scenery began
just during his studies at the Academy. With the impending fashion of "Twilight Zone:
The Movie", in the 80s, Dario began to imagine sets for virtual reality, and as soon as Active
Worlds appeared, the first 3D virtual world in 1998, the visionary set designer got into it.
There was a governor who assigned lands, an editor to build and although it was an archaic
instrument, he was fascinated. There was the idea.