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Wednesday, September 12, 2007

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Torley

I was just talking to Keystone today about this, and now I see this article! Synchronicity, booyeah!

These are so fun to interact with in motion, my wife and I had a great time on the "set".

Eppie Hock

Yes it is impressive, I have visited as well, hard to describe what it is, I guess it's just something you have to experience.

rikomatic

What about rooms / buildings that re-scaled themselves based on the height of the avatar? Could be some nice conceptual work for people with disabilities for example.

Opensource Obscure

These reflexive architecture examples are really amazing.

A friend of mine built something similar on Lipari island and I took a short video of it:
http://opensourceobscure.blip.tv/file/380883 ('fixed camera' effect provided by Ordinal Malaprop's free script).

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