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Is it possible to see when a specific individual is looking at you?


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Firestorm Users can opt to set a number of options that allow then to see who is looking at them. Thus the appearance of eyes behind their heads.

You'll find tutorials galore on the following link.

http://www.youtube.com/user/PhoenixViewerSL

I'm not sure if this can be enabled using the Advanced / Debug settings options in the Classic Sl V3 Viewer. Others will surely comment as well.

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Firestorm Users can opt to set a number of options that allow then to see who is looking at them. Thus the appearance of eyes behind their heads.

You'll find tutorials galore on the following link.

http://www.youtube.com/user/PhoenixViewerSL

I'm not sure if this can be enabled using the Advanced / Debug settings options in the Classic Sl V3 Viewer. Others will surely comment as well.

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As KarenMichelle already pointed out, it is also possible in the official Viewer 3, but

a) less comfortable: you won't see the name on the crosshairs of who is looking where

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b) most third-party viewers allow to disable transmitting the lookat data entirely, so you won't know where they are looking.

Honestly, I wouldn't mind much about who is looking where.

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It's kind of a silly thing to worry about, considering that people look at you in RL all the time.  Who cares? The LookAtMe capability that's built into all viewers is not even very reliable, especially in a crowd, so someone might decide that you are looking at them when you're really looking at the wall 20 feet behind them. 

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