VATAR - Ultimate Challenge
Coming soon... the ultimate trial of your ability to manipulate and use your avatar in Second Life. You will need a lot of skills, though we hope other VATAR sessions will have prepared you well. But you will also be up against the clock! But if you can complete the challenge in the set time, and can make the required report with images at the end, then your reward will be an official personalized "OpenVCE.net Ultimate Challenge Completion Certificate" which you can put on your CV. You will also be added if you wish to the OpenVCE.net Ultimate Challenge Hall of Fame here.
But this will not be easy... you have one hour maximum to complete this course...
- Start at the VCE Central Plaza, and send a tweet via Twitter with the in-world twitter HUD or otherwise and using hash tag #openvce to say you are starting. [Image 1 required - Ctrl+' in SL Viewer]
- Make your way to the Dive Trench, and use one of the submarine vehicles, or for the advanced not afraid to get wet (and to gain time) the (provided) scuba gear to go along the Dive Trench. A code you will see as you travel along there will be required later. [Image 2 Required]
- Emerge at the West end of the Dive Trench and go quickly to the North of the JOE GeoDome. You can use the Map to quickly get your sense of direction. http://slurl.com/secondlife/VCE/32/64/22
- Teleport from there up to the "Sky Launch Platform". You will need the code from the Dive Trench (it alters frequently) to access this teleport location. Make sure you pick up and wear a parachute (provided) if you do not already have one. [Image 3 required]
- Launch up and you will automatically be released [Image 3 required]
- Skydive down, watching out for the JOE Virtual Reality Rooms in the sky as you come down, and return as quickly as you can to the Central Plaza.
- Make a blog entry on OpenVCE. net to report in, and attach the 3 images required as thumbnails.
- Send a tweet via Twitter using hash tag #openvce to say you have finished and providing the URL of the Blog report you made. Send a message via the "Contact us" link on http://openvce.net giving the URL of your blog report, and how long you took.
- Send a tweet via Twitter using hash tag #openvce to say you have finished and providing the URL of the Blog report you made.