Tonight in The Delphi Talks, we have virtual world pioneer Professor Richard Bartle discussing gaming and virtual worlds.
This is our first event showcase! We will be showcasing different events on our blog, and this first one goes out to Gothika! They were the first club to go up in Sinespace, and we love the gothic style that comes with them. Here's a breakdown of their events!
This is our introductory Creator Spotlight post! We'll be highlighting creators in our community who have caught our eye for their high-quality work. This week, we're showcasing the work by SpiralSilverstar who has produced a fantastic line of decorative furniture and has a region on live to showcase his great artwork!
We had our attention drawn to a note today pointing to some items in our in-application marketplace uploaded by creators, that may violate our content policies.
I would like to use this opportunity to thank the original author for raising the issue, and clarify how we act in these situations. I will also outline what our policies are in finer detail; and some of the improvements we will be adding in the future. Read on for more details.
Hi everyone, A few quick notes - we've got several releases happening this week; the following details what we're doing today. Read on for full details.
Hi everyone, just a quick update to our previous viewer from yesterday, we missed a small handful of fixes, the majority of which are specific fixes to our lighting/rendering pipeline. If you were wondering why the region was too dark when using Skybox based global illumination - we've squashed that in this release, among a few other changes. Todays build will be availible on all platforms (Windows, Mac and Linux.).
Read on for the full list of changes since yesterday's 0.9.18 release
We've released a couple of hotfixes to the creator viewer branch today, the build is currently windows only, but macOS and Linux builds should be following soon. This is mostly a bugfix release, but read on for the full list of changes; expect another release soon which will contain a few more fixes which did not hit the release window for this viewer.
Update: Sorry! This incorrectly put the version number as 9.19 - it is actually 9.18.