I’ve just had a preview of this amazing new exhibit, and you mustn’t miss it! Make sure to have your media on (you do not want to do this without the sound!), and prepare to spend some time in this interactive exhibit. According to Tyrehl, ‘It could take a while to see all the unseen….one thing about this place is that you have to move to see it all….camming around will only show you a mostly empty sim.’ I’ll only give you one other hint: make sure to find the diary, and then wear it to read.
Almost Flat Land still relies on the use of sophisticated particle creations, but this time instead of the focus being on a display of effects, Tyrehl has created a place in which particles take on the role of living entities. In this place, humans appear to have staged an incursion into a world whose inhabitants exist in a primarily two dimensional reality. With the diary of the last human visitor to this place in hand (take a copy when you find it), some clues are revealed that help unfold what all of this could possibly mean.
What happens when three dimensional beings collide with those who possess only two? What conflicts can arise? Are there customs and prejudices that are universal regardless of how many dimensions of reality we accept as “normal”? These and other questions are raised, but never fully answered in Almost Flat Land. How many will you see?