Though it’s still in private beta mode, Mod My Life has some definite possibility.
Described as “a unique way to view and interact with the world. It’s kind of like ‘Second Life’ mapped back onto the real world.”
Basically, mods are suggestions for future actions. (Example: Bargain for a half-price Big Mac.) Users submit mods, and they’re added to the mod pool, where users can vote for mods that they like, and flag mods that they don’t. The more votes that a mod receives, the more likely it is that it will be promoted to the mod finals.
Modstars are the ones who perform the mods. The users determine their actions via the mod voting system, and the Modstar must do what the users say. Once he has finished one mod, the users can choose the next from among the finals, and it starts all over again.
To keep things really interesting, all of the mods are performed live (give or take the few seconds used to keep the video smooth).Video is streamed straight to the users, allowing you watch in real time as the Modstar performs each mod.
Sound like your scene? Then head on over to Mod My Life and sign up for the private beta, because we all need a bit more control.