This year we have to rely upon my good friend SignpostMarv Martin’s information of what’s going to happen on what used to be one of Second Life’s largest and most-attended events. Under the theme of “History”, here are a few scattered links about what the celebrations are going to be:| | | Next → |
‘I’m the urban spaceman baby, here comes the twist: I don’t exist’ – Bonzo Dog Doo-dah Band. On the 23rd June 2009 […]
Estonia, a small member state of the European Union with 1.3 million inhabitants living by the Baltic Sea, has since the 1990s […]
Linden Lab introduces the “First Look” series of viewers as an “unstable branch” of the Second Life viewer. This allows developers to fully exploit new technological advances without fear of “breaking” the “normal” viewer. The result? In a month, we got a completely new rendering pipeline, giving us back the performance lost since the olden days of the 1.4 viewer, by moving the rendering into OpenGL calls done on the graphic card’s hardware. A nice side-effect is that the “shiny” feature now does mirroring, a feat that was deemed impossible a few years ago!
So now you’ve bought your first meshed dress and/or avatar and are generally excited about the bright new future that meshes will […]