A still from "Arctic City", the popular interactive virch series of the Interplanetary Era. Beginning in 240 AT, the virch series was - in part - a tongue-in-cheek attempt to predict life and technology of ten thousand years hence.
It is noted for being one of the first of such serials to be produced and acted almost entirely by superturing AIs.
Virchspace - Text by M. Alan Kazlev Any digital space or environment; pertaining to virch or a cybercosm.
Virchuniverse - Text by M. Alan Kazlev Generally, an aggregation or collection of thousands of interconnected virchworlds or cybercosms, all sharing the same basic ontology and lay-out, to make traveling from one to the other easier. Sometimes also used to designate a single extremely large virchworld.
Virchworld - Text by M. Alan Kazlev A virtual world; usually at least partially self-contained, or apparently so, may or may not include sentient beings; generally part of a cultural community across computer/cyberspace/matrix networks. The Known Net consists of literally trillions of interconnected virchworlds.