Kateelandia, a Sansar experience which was created from the apartment template in ten minutes by Strawberry and Drax, just to show how easy it is to create an experience! They also made it zero-gravity!
In both Kateelandia and Tumbleweed Writer’s Retreat, the level of gravity in the experience was set to zero, which means that objects like tables and plants were floating in mid-air! In the Turkey Bounce House, 160 turkeys were flying around in slow motion! You can also get airborne yourself, the closest you can get to flying in Sansar. Walking around in zero gravity is quite fun! Basically, you climb up on a rock or another high spot and just step off, and you stay at that altitude!
I was so busy bouncing around in my VR headset at the Turkey Bounce House, that I got VR sick! (That hasn’t happened to me in a long, long while!)
One of the new features in yesterday’s update to the Sansar client software was the ability to adjust the gravity level in your experience. Here’s the quote from the release notes:
Gravity scaling – Adjust the force of gravity as you create or edit your scene. Let avatars and objects fly in zero gravity or crank it up to make the scene heavier.
So, of course, somebody had to try it out and see how it works! Space Sailor made the following hilarious video of his experience in the Turkey Bounce, a zero-gravity funhouse filled with 80 turkeys. Because why not!