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Canoro Philipp

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  1. I was looking at a video that says that sound can't be made better. Creative SoundBlaster gave up and the only thing they could offer is led lights in the soundcard. How about auto adjustment of sound depending on the physical environment? like sending a beep during the setup, with a microphone on the speakers so they know how separated they are from each other and the echo they receive? how about, when having a triple screen setup, when you have monitors with integrated speakers, each screen would play a different sound set, like watching a movie in one monitor would send the sound
  2. It's surprising that technology has developed so much, so precise, and yet, sound has been forgotten without improvements. is not enough to give us more sound resolution, there are so many areas that the sound experience could be improved, and yet, what we have so far is better sound resolution and division of sound in speakers. It's like if there wouldn't be any graphics improvements in games besides higher resolutions and bigger screens.
  3. If the technology isn't available right now, wish I could get a hold of an old soundcard that still have it and install it in my PC. Maybe it would add those sound physics to Second Life. Maybe it's a matter of computer audio company to provide it, maybe with some extra code to Second Life to have sound react to the technology of the sound cards.
  4. maybe something like Steam Audio can be integrated
  5. I was looking at a mod that adds sound physics for Minecraft, made me think that maybe Sound Physics and Sound Filters could be added to Second Life. We have Windlight, mesh, shadows, ambient occlusion, our visual side can be breathtaking, but the sound improvements has been forgotten, I think it would improve the SL Immersive experience a lot more, allowing creators to deliver more realistic experiences. Here are some videos demonstrating the sound improvements: https://youtu.be/qOQNSZBzD9Q https://youtu.be/Gi-6M6uslzM do you think that SL sound engine needs an improv
  6. what is wrong with the dream of Phillip? he sees a world where serious business men will have meetings in VR, people will operate construction machines with a VR headset, doctors will do surgery with a VR headset on, serious people think that VR is for videogames, for kids and "young adults that are wasting time", some were reluctant to adopt technology because of the old way they are doing things and works, serious people don't want to be transported mentally to a 3D bizarre world, they want to keep working in the real world, they only adopt technology that is sure to improve what they d
  7. I cried with the Return of Last Names, it was one of the things that hurt me the most to lose, we even collaborated with the lab to have them back, only to be denied, the return of Last Names is like having an old friend back, something that I thought it would never return, thank you so much Ebbe for bring it back, it is so meaningful, Last Names was one of the cornerstones of Second Life, it is going to be so worth it. thank you Linden Lab for bringing them back, thank you.
  8. SL has not become worse than it was in the past, it has improved in many ways, you will find it more visually appealing, faster, with things that were not possible to exist before, thanks to the collaboration of Lindens and the community, activities have improved thanks to the new arrival of technology, concurrency i think has been about the same, you may not find many people in places they used to get together because of cultural changes, but you may find them in new places, searching under events. if there is an activity you enjoy doing in the past, you probably will be able to do it ag
  9. as far as it goes, it will make a more responsive experience for those who want to enjoy SL with all the features that it has to offer. for those who can't enjoy all the features, it would still make a more responsive experience when the owners of those places decide to replace the current method of animation with the new method, since the current animated objects will not consume more internet bandwidth than its current counterparts, and the viewer will spend less resources drawing the frames of the object.
  10. big disappointments where losing last names, and how the process came to be. Rodvik made a meeting with the residents to find a solution, we eagerly cooperated to find a solution, and came out with something very viable, and at the end of all that group thinking session, we got a No. then we got to see that it was still possible, when a Linden got a new custom last name. maybe Linden Lab didn't saw significance in having last names or maybe it was spending too much resources in thinking in last names. my other big disappointment was when Rodvik killed the General Discussions for
  11. a wedding ring is generally accepted in many cultures as a person not available for romance except from its partner. there are so many meaning in wearing an RLV collar that a person have to ask if it wants to approach that person differently depending on the meaning. is s/he available to approach? does it mean that s/he has a partner? it is a fashion accessory? does it mean that is a person you don't want to be related with due to ideological reasons? the purpose of the design of the RLV collar is from BDSM lifestyle, where the wearer is owned and is a submissive to a Master/Mis
  12. I used to hang out with the cool kids of the 90s, we walk to different places every day looking for a party or making our own adventures, our source of music used to be MTV, some cassettes with music we recorded from radio stations, and visiting the local music store that sometimes had a new album of some great band, radio and MTV was the source to keep updated with the latest cool music, we used to push the limit on alternative fashion, or anything that was very different from the norm, we tried to push boundaries with the little access to resources that we had, those were the times..
  13. I hope the graphics keep improving with time, there was some time ago some ideas to make mesh clothing wave with movement and wind, Linden Lab decided not to use it at the moment. I hope we don't get stuck for long years without graphics improvements, when Rod Humble came as CEO he gave SL a boost, he bring mesh, real time shadows, lighting effects, it refreshed Second Life. I hope HairWorks or something similar comes in the future, when the average user can handle it, if some can not, or prefer not, there should be an option to turn it off, not force it to anyone.
  14. It doesn't really matter what others would like to see on your avatar, what matters is what you would like to see, after all, others are going to see it for a short time while you will see it all the time. they can make their avatars however they want, you can make your avatar however you like, everybody is the boss of how they want to live their Second Life. now, if you are really interested in being part of a group that frown upon system avatars, like a modelling agency, you may want to have 1 mesh avatar that you can use in special occasions. who knows? you may end up liking it be
  15. it was a dishonest and low move by the escort to pretend to truly love someone in a romantic way to get financial support. if she wanted financial support in exchange of sex and didn't have any romantic feelings towards @ashlynkilane, she should have said so from the beginning and if @ashlynkilane would have agreed, when they part ways there shouldn't be any problem, they both would knew exactly what they want, what to expect, with all the expectations of the relationship clear there would be no reason for disappointments. offering an agreement that you don't plan to comply with, ent
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