Portfolio, Clients, & Testimonials

Below are several of our clients, and screen shots of the work we have done for them. We have done work for international organizations, universities, private companies, and artists. We have one of the most talented 3-D virtual world content creation teams, and would love to help you with your project!

AFCEA International

We created a full simulator in Second Life for AFCEA International, using Maya to provide shading a baked in lighting effects, and sculpted primitives to create more realistic furniture. The campus is used by AFCEA International employees to communicate with their membership on a regular basis.

University of Pennsylvania

Weigle Information Commons needed their space in the Van Pelt Library made into a collaborative space in the virtual world. Students have continued to refine the space after it was initially created, and some of the modern art on Penn’s campus has been created as well (in the first screen shot, you can see “The Covenant” and “The Button”, both fixtures on the Penn campus).

“Peregrine Salon created the Second Life space for Penn Libraries. It was a pleasure to work with them! They came to visit us one evening and asked us questions about what we liked about our space. A virtual space was quickly built that captures the spirit of the Weigle Information Commons and also has interesting virtual capabilities. The first draft was just about perfect – PS intuitively gauged the type of virtual space that would work for our needs.” – Anuradha Vedantham, Director, Weigle Information Commons at Van Pelt Library, University of Pennsylvania


The North Pole was built for VirtuallyAbout to promote their business. Done mostly in Maya with full lighting and shading baked in, it definitely has a fun feel.

Ryan Banks

Ryan Banks is an up-and-coming Philadelphia area rap star, who has done sessions with 50 Cent, and is starring in the upcoming film, “Let the Game Begin.” He also recorded the title track for the soundtrack to the movie, and has a guest starring role. We created a skate park based on Philadelphia’s Love Park where his fans can dance, mingle, and hear Ryan perform live from his studio.