[SLED] Shiny Prims go Mirror Prim with First View SL Client!

Eloise Pasteur eloisepasteur at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 11:44:58 PST 2007


cntl (or cmd for those on nice machines) alt shift D will bring up  
the client and server menus they used to be grouped together and  
called debug. Within one of these there is a debug option.

El.

On 1 Feb 2007, at 19:22, Steven Hornik wrote:

> Sorry noob question,
>
> But where is the: go to the Debug Menu, select Rendering-->Dynamic  
> Reflections on the Client?
>
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> From: Emin Saglamer <es26 at txstate.edu>
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> Sent: Thursday, February 1, 2007 1:26:07 PM
> Subject: [SLED] Shiny Prims go Mirror Prim with First View SL Client!
>
> I just found out about this. If you download and run the First View  
> client you can tap into the new mirror prim functionality.
>
> To turn mirror prim functionality on, go to the Debug Menu, select  
> Rendering-->Dynamic Reflections on the Client.
>
> You will notice that all prims set to HIGH reflection will now  
> function as mirrors! Wow. Pretty cool huh.
>
> Check out the following video for a demo:
>
> http://www.sluniverse.com/video/reflection/reflection.html
>
>
> Also look at what I found in our very own educational sim Bobcat  
> Village, the Sphere! I never thought we would run into it in SL. It  
> reflects everything except the avatars. And when it starts  
> reflecting the avatars beware it might be messing with your head  
> and taking control of your mental abilities! run!
>
> http://www.sluniverse.com/pics/pic.aspx?id=137158
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