Sometimes I come across cool builds in the oddest ways. Today I logged in and noticed there were a lot of visitors to my greenhouse. I love when people visit but I do keep visitor counters around because for some reason I like to know who has been sitting on my sofa. Call it my Goldilocks syndrome if you will.
I was checking out the profiles of the random people who have been hanging out in my house and came across a LM for an unfinished build called "193, the arc" which is one of those glowy otherworldly kind of spaces that I just love. I was not sure what this place was all about at first and the notecards you get at the entrance were only slightly illuminating.
Welcome to *193, the arc*, still under construction.*you are not alone, we come in peace,...*verbal creativity:AnnuNaki, Sumerian, Nibiru, Niburu, the arc, vortex math, Rodin coil, starship,ancient legends, future, peace, wisdom, knowledge, illumination, DNA, light, love,...cosmic consciousness, ...QVT of all matter,...Important:-Best view with Grafics Settings in ULTRA and Draw Distance maximal (512 m and more).-flight assist needed for access all areas.PLEASE USE THE TELEPORT SYSTEM TO REACH DIFF> AREAS OF 193 , the arc*.The little Dino's are ride-able, just sit on them and type start in chat.To understand some hidden details and messages in the arc build better, it is recommanded to have a look at listed links below in the attached note.enjoy your stay,Abel Moonites
There is a note embedded in the initial notecard which suggests. "To understand some hidden details and messages in the arc build better, it is recommanded to have a look at listed links."
The links take you to youtube videos about the Rodin Coil and Marko Rodin's vortex-based mathematics. You can see part 1 of 44 (!) here and find the other 43 links from there. I watched the beginning of this video and it was about math, the universe and the meaning of life. I think. Or something. I am not sure. If you have more patience than I do perhaps you will make it through all 44 videos. If not, you can learn more about the mathematical theory behind this intriguing build at this website.
I am not ashamed to say I have no earthly idea what the Rodin Coil is about. I will tell you the build is beautiful and an enjoyable place to visit in Second Life.
The circle is a video screen and I watched for a while. There is spacey music playing and the images that float by your field of vision are mostly spectacular nature scenes. The textures on the wall move as well so its a fairly busy visual environment. Lovely, but busy.
This is a sculpture at the "center of the earth" which you can reach via the teleport system that moves visitors from place to place. There is a dance animation inside the ball with a caption that says something about "feeling the vibration" of the earth. I don't know about that but the dance was kind of fun.
Visit 193, the arc and please explain the theory behind it to me, if you can. Thanks