the drax files radio hour [with jo yardley]

broadcasting without permission from an attic somewhere in Berlin [about the metaverse – naturally!]

show #84: virtual theatre? yes…and more!

show #84

show #84

a smorgasbord [is that swedish?] of topics today = a brandnew virtual world that works on all platforms and the world premiere of vr theatre. that and guest kitty witchin on sl advertisement and if it works:

reading material:

kitty's been shopping

kitty’s been shopping

  • for shopaholics the arcade is a must:
devil's family - for sale from d-lab

devil’s family – for sale from d-lab

more arcade gear

more arcade gear

rare gacha for arcade from robin sojourner

rare gacha for arcade from robin sojourner

  • loz hyde examining his credits
the arcade and its maker

the arcade and its maker

the closer vr [or you are?]

the closer vr [or you are?]

adam frisby aka adam zaius in sl

adam frisby aka adam zaius in sl

space space screenshot2 space screenshot3 space screenshot4 space screenshot5

  • adam mentions project spark and drax mentions uemeu and entropia universe
  • jo is returning 80 year old documents to a jewish couple that hid in her house during the nazi occupation
historic passports found in jo's apartment in amsterdam

historic passports found in jo’s apartment in amsterdam

  • drax goes to the escapades 5th anniversary weekend = come on down!!!
  • machinima maker rysan fall on his origin [below his “strange fruit” machinima]

the drax files radio hour [with jo yardley] is a weekly production of basicdrax entertainment

the show is supported by maven homes, gizza creations, botanical, strawberry singh, abranimations, aeros avatars, ison, kahruvel design, humanoid animations, avacon, the cube republic, loki eliot, fatewear by damien fate, the avazines publication family, {what next}, bright canopy, dutchie furniture, landscapes unlimited, dwarfins, the den, fallen gods incorporated, feroshSL, Giant Snail Races every Saturday, kona STREAM and Death Row Designs

music by bd.

thumbnail by justin esparza.

contact the show via skype draxfiles, avatar draxfiles or email radio@draxfiles.com

10 comments on “show #84: virtual theatre? yes…and more!

  1. John
    September 4, 2015

    Reblogged this on Windlight Magazine and commented:
    New DraxFiles Radio Hour Podcast is out!

  2. zzpearlbottom
    September 4, 2015
  3. Madame Thespian
    September 4, 2015

    Many thanks for the Drax bump! Ü….btw, The Avatar Repertory Theater in SL has been on hiatus this summer but WE’LL BE BACK later this fall!!

  4. Jo Yardley
    September 5, 2015

    Reblogged this on Jo Yardley's Second Life.

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  6. draxfiles
    September 9, 2015

    Forgot to mention another piece of virtual theatre preceding the newer efforts by the VR crowd = “Paradise Lost” which was subject of Drax Files World Makers video series episode 18 = http://sl.governormarley.com/?p=3845 – very different from A.R.T. but nonetheless fascinating approach to digital performance!

  7. draxtor™ (@draxtor)
    September 10, 2015

    Justin Esparza reminded me of another virtual theatre project by the late Osprey Therian = “The Show Must Go On!” = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQhjox855nY – real pioneering work!!!!

  8. Becky
    September 14, 2015

    I just want to clarify my comments that you paraphrased in this show, with regards to me saying that “older people are a marginal target group”. I’d like to set the record straight that I didn’t use the word “marginal” in the comments you are referring to, as that word might be construed as ‘minor and not important’. What I meant, was not that the older generation is marginal, but that I didn’t advise leaning in to the older market as a primary target market (mainly because they had not grown up with computer technology in the way Millennials have. Despite that, another member of the panel pointed out that the older demographic was also very large, and I changed my mind and said he was right, and that it did bear consideration given its size.

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