Re: [-empyre-] Second Life Whiteness and Privilege
here are few examples....
these are flash slideshows with audio of the afro-american cyberjazz band,
taken during a performance at active worlds in 2002.
the project was more about the musical possibilities of real-time networked
musical performance in VR. then using thejazz vehicle explored spontaneous
musical dialogue through improvisation. the was performed in real time
between brisbane and melbourne australia, hence the audible network jitter.
but please also check out the latest VR model on the blaxxun server:
the band's race is more ambiguous in this version.
there are some pianist animation triggers on the piano that i hope to have
synchronised with the live audio (MIDI) data, one day ...sigh..
these animations include nested ones, so i'm dissapointed to hear this is
not possible in SL :(
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Subject: Re: [-empyre-] Second Life Whiteness and Privilege
got some examples?
let us not separate SL from RL, SL is yet another form of RL, a digital
form in cyberspace, and yes a much more limited form than RL as RL's
objects and actions are not as rigidly defined.
it always surprises me that in these "innovative" environments all we get
to represent ourselves is humanoid avatars, that walk everywhere and
express primitive human emotonyms.
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