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Saturday, February 23, 2008

Cool Second Life Machinima and Videos

After Yxes passed on a link to a very nicely done Second Life Machinima today through Twitter, I thought that it'd be good to do a blog post highlighting some of my favorites that I've come across.

First, here is the link to the one that prompted this podcast, while I'm not sure I agree with the politics of this Paulo Casaca, the video is pretty cool looking. Unfortunately, I only have the link to the file so clicking on the link will bring it up in a player.

This next video is a fantastic example of the building possibilities in Second Life.

The making of Suzanne Vega's Second Life Guitar

If you plan on having a picnic, watch out....

Ants in Second Life

I figured, since we saw the making of the guitar, might as well see it being used as well...

The Infinite Mind & Suzanne Vega "The Queen & The Soldier"

Now this is a cool use of sculpties....

Sculpty Earth demo with Dynamic Weather

This is just plain cool stuff......there is just so much potential with Second Life, it's just amazing.

Second Life as a Platform for Augmented Reality

I'm sure everyone's seen this one already, but it's really cool.

Watch the World(s) (Creation of Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night in Second Life)

Here's one on Architecture in Second Life

Pretty cool music video....

Windmills of your Mind

And last but not least, a video of Stuart Warf blowing something up. Can't have a blog post on this subject without Stuart blowing something up, now can we?

Podmafia Club Funeral

And though it would be a blog post all by itself, I want to at least mention the great video tutorials that Torley Linden has done. They are both helpful and entertaining, you can find them at the link below.

These are just a few examples, just go and do a search on Google Video
for Second Life and you'll get videos galore (on both YouTube and Google Video), many of them very interesting and entertaining.

1 comment:

Stuart Warf said...

That wasn't just me blowing up the Podmafia Club. That was a bunch of people shooting rockets at the place.

It's more of a pre-cursor to the Physical Prim demolitions

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