Archive for month: January, 2008

Reflexive Script 03 Extended

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Found this over on Mal’s SL-Edu blog (link).  Solid Aeon has taken script 03 to a new level.  Nice work! 

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Reflexive Architecture Derivatives: Reactive Sculptures

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I realize I should start another blog about Reflexive Architecture, since the subject strays a bit from the purpose of this blog.  Until then, here is yet another exciting effort to build reflexivity into the virtual environment, posted by my friend mageEgo (who is lucky enough to have a voice that sounds a lot like […]

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Reflexive Innovation: Active and Dynamic is In, Passive and Static is Out

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I have had the pleasure of being blown-away by some incredibly innovative uses of the Second Life platform in the past few weeks, most notably those angling toward a more Reflexive experience. I will formulate more in-depth thoughts on these in a future post. For now, I will share posts by others who have described […]

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Importing and Exporting in Second Life: Oh, How I Pine

By Ryan Schultz (Theory Shaw in SL), cross-posted from Studio Wikitecture blog I’ve been using Second Life for a number of years now to run experiments, through our ‘Studio Wikitecture’ group, to see if a Metaverse, such as SL might one day act as the platform for collective intelligence in architecture and urban planning. I’m […]

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Raising the Bar for Reflexive Ar(t)chitecture: The DynaFleur

“Douglas Story & Desdemona Enfield ——-with——- Dizzy Banjo – music and sound Poid Mahovlich – terraforming Harper Beresford – photography Spanning an entire sim on Princeton University’s virtual campus, DynaFleur is the kind of experience that truly is possible only in Second Life.” “…This magic is powered by complex scripts written by the talented and […]

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Architecture Course Ideas Using Second Life

I was noodling through my computer this morning, and noticed these courses ideas I wrote up last June that include Second Life as an integral part of a university level architecture studio. They were primarily intended as a simple brainstorming activity, so I thought I would share them here for you to review, use, improve: […]

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