Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Boobies in Second Life

Breast Physics in Second Life is not new. Setting for it existed in the old Emerald Viewer and are currently available in Phoenix.
What is new is that Linden's newest Alpha (Snowstorm 2.6.3 ) has included breast physics. It differs from the Phoenix model in a couple of respects. First, it uses a new layer call the Physics layer that you wear much like clothing. Second, it allows you to modify bounce and sway in three areas, Breasts and Breast Cleavage, Ass and Belly. There are multiple settings for each area, much like what Emerald pioneered, but different.
Here's a link to how it works for those interested in the science. It includes a You Tube video showing the difference. http://nwn.blogs.com/nwn/2011/04/second-life-avatar-body-physics.html
If you aren't interested in the how and just want to see a You Tube appropriate video, here's the video.
Click the video to enlarge and watch in fullscreen and higher quality

On the other hand, if you want the adult version from Naughty Machinima watch this one...

Another difference is that the physics will be seen by everyone the way you set them to be, once you've upgraded to a compatible viewer. As I understand it, the physics in Phoenix sets how you view all avatars' breast movement. It had nothing to do with their settings, just yours.

"TRIAL" copies of this not quite ready for prime time viewer are available from Linden or KirstenLee.

I tested Kirsten's which you can find at this link. Here's what she said about testing it...
 "For the curious and lunatic fringe that like bugs and crashes please find the latest build snapshot in the 'Test Builds' Section.

Don't download it unless you really really are willing to accept alpha code...
Somehow I think this build will get LOTS of testing, its rough as a bag of bolts at the moment but the image gives a hint as to the feature.

Anyway I expect the next series of builds will see yet another massive bunch of changes to keep up with the breakneck pace of things lately."
If that didn't discourage you, you can download it from her site. It is in the test build section.

I tested the Linden version too, download that version at...
Go to the testing area of the wiki page and download the viewer for your platform.

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