From Jo Querrien

 

Okay, so you've finished making just the right animation or pose for your new AO/piece of furniture.  You even remembered to make sure that the first frame is the default T-Pose, and that you moved everything you were planning on moving at least 3 points in the second frame.  Now what?

First, you have to Export for Second Life.  In QAvimator, that is an option in the File menu.  Many other programs also have options to export for Second Life.  This will create a .bvh file that will work in virtual worlds, in the same folder your .avm file is in.

 

It's 7/5/2017. I hope everyone had a great holiday break!

 

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After hardware testing revealed some issues with the first server, our vendor replaced the defective hardware and we completed hardware testing successfully. Software configuration is ongoing as region and grid planning are underway as a parallel effort. The administrative team is doing a great job getting this ready for the community to use! We are very happy with the research progress to date. Although, we did make one change after learning Arribasim is no longer in development. IMA will be installing a new forked version of Open Simulator called Helios in its place. More to come soon!

 

5/24/2017

 

Open Project was successfully installed on the R&D Server last week thanks to Rich Williams aka Bill Blight. Thank you Bill!

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