Difference between revisions of "Yava Script Pods"

From Second Life Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Pod bases)
(Routes)
Line 28: Line 28:
  
 
Currently, the pods can be found on many continents. There are also transcontinental pods. So, the same pod might appear twice on the lists.
 
Currently, the pods can be found on many continents. There are also transcontinental pods. So, the same pod might appear twice on the lists.
 +
 +
=== Heterocera ===
 +
 +
'''H5 - Cecropia Express''' rides along the [[GSLR]] main rail in Heterocera, from Calleta (junctoin with main railway, Calleta representance of Arcadia Asylum) to Cecropia docks (gateway to Sansara). It passes through only 2 sims and it waits a few minutes at each line end. There is a single pod moving along the way, at every 10 minutes. It waits about 2 minute at each line end.
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 02:49, 26 March 2014

NOTE: THIS ARTICLE IS IN PROGRESS. ESTIMATED FINISH DATE: MAY 1ST 2014

The Yava script pods are automated, convertable, scheduled vehicles that can be seen on Corsica, Gaeta 1, Gaeta 5, Heterocera, Jeogeot, Nautilus, Sansara, Satori and occasional in Zindra. Compared with other automated vehicles, they are much more safe and still they allow passenger to control a few functions (like speed).

Design and features

These vehicles have low prim count and low size. They are phantom (not interfering with other vehicles or avatars), but still they can affect a few things, like railway switches. They are convertable vehicles, that look like a train on railway, spherical pods on roads or ground, boats on water or even submarines if needed.

The scripts use a notecard to store data. Measures show that the Yava script pods are not high-lag vehicles, they don't affect nearby residents with unwanted noise and they don't create high lag in the sim or parcel they enter (yet, it is proven that any avatar, object or script has an influence on land and server performance, it is important to keep this influence below certain limits). Influence is comparable with a classic Heterocera VRC opensource train.

The fact that they give touristic informations on the way is very important and helps people learn much about Second Life geography and history.

Very suggestive are the drawings found on these vehicles. They show important features on the way they go to visit.

Schedule

These vehicles are released after a schedule (usually at every 30 minutes), but this is not a rule. Some of the pods (like the GSLR Cecropia - Calleta) are released at other schedules. From any pod base, if an avatar wishes, a vehicle can be rezzed anytime. Position of some pods can be noticed with some interactive maps (found usually in Heterocera along the railway).

Scheduled might be affected by sim logout processes or by avatars crashing at a sim cross. Also, since speed can be changed by avatars riding the vehicle, it cannot be said that a specified pod will reach a specified destination after a clear schedule. Only vehicle release time is scheduled.

Pod bases

Pod vehicles are rezzed at some specified bases.

Routes

Currently, the pods can be found on many continents. There are also transcontinental pods. So, the same pod might appear twice on the lists.

Heterocera

H5 - Cecropia Express rides along the GSLR main rail in Heterocera, from Calleta (junctoin with main railway, Calleta representance of Arcadia Asylum) to Cecropia docks (gateway to Sansara). It passes through only 2 sims and it waits a few minutes at each line end. There is a single pod moving along the way, at every 10 minutes. It waits about 2 minute at each line end.

See Also

Second Life Geography

Automated Transportation