365 days of SL, day 149:
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How did it come about? Well, it just so happens that someone at BG recently gave me a thing called a ray-casting walker; in essence, a tool that allows you to walk on any surface you wish and stick to everything, much like (say) a gecko would.
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It's quite fascinating, and a lot of fun. And the script that powers this thing is surprisingly simple, too; all in all, it clocks in at less than 300 lines of code. Taking a look at how it works is fascinating, and it's actually very understandable, too.
The guy who made this happen is Adeon Writer, BTW. The gadget used to be available here; it doesn't seem to be anymore, but feel free to ask me for a copy when you see me online (it's full perm and, as the author notes, in the public domain).
If you're not on SL, BTW, you can see it in action here (and check out his rather nice-looking home as well ^^):
I highly recommend giving it a try. You can even jump! :)
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Location: Black Gazza (my stateroom)