The second day I started off trying to learn how to use some of the emotions. The first page of the gallery you will see some of the emotions I tried out. Thank you JoWebArt for giving me some instructions on how to pick the emotions and add them to the quickbar. I also found a video and more instructions by clicking the question mark at the end of the quickbar. Then I took some time to check out some of the exhibitor booths, speaking events and other areas of Utherverse. During the XBIZ presents AEVC Awards After Party featuring DJ Helly Mae Hellfire, I learned how to do more jumping around and standing on rails.
Archive for February, 2012
The first day of the Adult Entertainment Virtual Convention was held on February 24th, 2012 was brought to you by Red Light Center and UtherConvention. This day was just for the adult entertainment industry. This gallery also includes some photos from the night before, we went in to test things out and setup our profiles and avatars. The conference had seminars, exhibitors, speakers and plenty of people. Although my photos might not show as many people that were there the first day, I was logged in as “Anything Goes” not “Standard.” Day two and three we went in as Standard mode and found plenty of people around.
Day one I learned how to navigate, create landmarks and move around. It was fun to learn how to move around and find ways to take pics. A little harder to pay attention to the messages while trying to take pics of the convention, since the message box was shut off when taking the images. (more…)
Sunday was day three of the first Adult Entertainment Virtual Convention. The final day of AEVC 2012 consisted of an entertaining interview with “The Original Princess of Porn,” Seka; a presentation on the Reality of Condoms in the Porn Industry by Sabrina Deep, “The Art of Anal” by Kelsey Obsession as well as some discussion on online role playing and an inside look at being a virtual sex worker. The evening concluded with a AEVC Wrap Up Party sponsored by LokiPorn.
I would like to congratulate Red Light Center and all the sponsors for a very interesting event. While the weekend started off with many people on webmaster forums scoffing at the idea of a virtual convention, by the end of the show, many of those had joined in the fun and started to realize the benefits of networking in this manner. I am sure the next show will be even bigger and better. (more…)