Avatar Display Showcase 2: Heads Up Display

We did a new showcase example of the avatar display! It's more complex than the last one, but it shows some new features you might be interested in.

This time it's mainly about how you interact with the interface; how to chat and how to launch other actions. You might notice that there are some differences in the way we are doing it to weblin and/or rocketon.

Have fun playing with the showcase.



New Features demonstrated above:
  • 3D Avatars (MD2, Collada will follow)
  • Vector Avatars (the teddy-bears)
  • Scaling Control (lower left right corner)
  • Chat Console (we call it doormat)
  • Chat Bubbles (with different text sizes, depending on text length)
  • Folding Radial Menu (it's draggable)
  • Avatar animation (jump & wave implemented)


The trickiest part might be the new radial menu. Our version is based on the atom interface. If you follow the link, you can read about the advantages a radial menu has.

As always: This is not the final interface and it may be buggy. We are trying to publish every single bit of development to let you be part of the process. So give us your feedback because it matters...

13 comments:

CĂ©line said...

cooooooooooooooooolllllllllllllll

Moonnail said...

wwwwwwwwooooooooowwwwwwwwwww absolut Genial

AneMarie said...

congratulations for new project..OVW competent staff, great success!

Macr@Soft said...

Hello... staff, good. all are happy to start in Open Virtual World. Be welcome all Newbie.

Anonymous said...

This is really a big promise. Hope you guys can keep up this speed. Wish you al the best.

Zack said...

Great stuff! Waiting desparately for more!

a p e x said...

Great stuff, I do like the UI and performance.


Cheers,
K.

Anonymous said...

Wooowwww :)))) COOL ist sehr gut ....Kompliment

La luna

Anonymous said...

woooooooooooooooooow, sieht cool aus, weiter so

lg baby

ch said...

stunning...

can't comment more...must click...avatars...

ch said...

chat bubble behavior is very good :)

gwilliam said...

niced blog.i liked it!

vik said...

weblin finally closes down

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