#2 In focus! – S4SL

In Focus this article is the unique scripting tool known as S4SL. s4sl_logo

S4SL is an easy way to add behaviors and interactivity to your objects in Second Life.

S4SL was designed by Eric Rosenbaum in association with
Lifelong Kindergarten
and MIT Media Lab. S4SL is based on Scratch, a graphical programming language that lets you construct programs by snapping together graphical blocks.

S4SL takes that a bit further and brings in to second life in the form of a neat application, the application works by snapping together a few blocks to make your SL pet interact with you using chat commands, make your sculpture change size and color, or make your house respond to your presence and much more. Not to mention a wonderful friendly user interface.

You can learn more by visiting their website where there they have a wonderful tutorial as well as a You Tube Video demonstration of the application in action! I find the tool both fun and interesting for the experienced builders (its fun to play with!!) As well as a wonderful starting point for new script writers!

Happy Building!
BRN Blog Team!

2 Responses to “#2 In focus! – S4SL”

  1. Excellent blog entry LilMattry. I have never heard of this tool before but will be checking it out. Thanks again and keep up the good work! Santo.

  2. lane ninetails Says:

    Thanks Matty! I will be checking that out! Merry Christmas!

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