How to Change the Sky in Sansar

Liz (a.k.a. Isabelle Cheren) has a blog called Chich-y TzaTziki and she has written a blogpost and posted a YouTube video showing you how to change the skybox in your Sansar experiences. Here’s the link to her blogpost and her YouTube video:

How to Change the Sky in Sansar

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“The pioneers are the ones with the arrows in their backs.”

I (and several other people) have discovered some problems with content creation using Microsoft Windows 10’s free app, Paint 3D. I have updated my original blogpost so you might want to go back and re-read it.

Here’s a Facebook post where we discuss the problems we have encountered. (I’m not sure if you can see this Facebook post if you are not already a member of Facebook. Can somebody please try that link and let me know if it doesn’t work? Thank you.)

Giant Sun Ball Made in Paint 3D 13 August 2017

Scene of the Day: Hunter Killer

Theyre coming for you  - Sansar

This image was taken by Flickr user Isabelle Cheren, and it is titled They’re Coming For You. It was posted to the Sansar Official photo pool.

Isabelle also posted this picture to the Sansar group on Facebook, saying:

What simply stunning graphics and no Photoshop! Why would I need to, with graphics like this.

This picture was taken in Loz Hyde’s Sansar experience called Hunter Killer.

Scripting in Sansar: Metaverse Machines Showroom

The following brief YouTube video is an in-world demonstration of some automatic door scripts created by Sansar user Galen. This was shot in Galen’s experience, the Metaverse Machines Showroom. For more information about Galen’s line of Reflex brand scripts, you can visit his web site. Galen’s scripts, with the exception of his clockwork scripts,  are available for free in the Sansar Store.

Scripting in Sansar is done using the C# (C Sharp) programming language. Linden Lab has provided some useful documentation on working with scripts in Sansar.

(Note: Please excuse the jerky “gonzo” video style. I’m still learning how to best record what I see in my Oculus Rift headset. And I need to learn how to edit video properly soon!)